Wintercircus in 'Bouwkroniek'

'Bouwkroniek', a weekly magazine for the Belgian construction sector, dedicated an article to the upcoming start of the renovation of Ghent's 'Wintercircus'. This exceptional building was originally conceived as a permanent building ‘winter circus’ in 1885 by architect Emile De Weerdt. After a big fire in 1920 it was rebuilt by architect Jules-Pascale Ledoux. A few episodes later the circus was turned into a garage by the Mahy family. In 1978 Mahy closed the garage and they only used the building as a storage for their important old-timer collection. In 2005 the building was acquired by SOGent on behalf of the City of Ghent who decided to give it a new live. The new ‘Wintercircus’ will inclu

CVO Miras on Focus|WTV

CVO Miras located at 'Kortrijk Weide' is now fully operational. On January 9 about 800 students discovered their new Campus. Have a look at with the first reactions of the students and teachers. The whole concept of the Campus was designed by SumProject as an open, generous and contemporary architectural complex. Curious to discover this new eye-catcher at the Nelson Mandelasquare in Kortrijk? Come and have a look during the Open House on the 5th of February. More info on the Open House on

Le Soir: "Une somme de connaissances au service de la ville"

‘Le Soir’, one of our main Belgian newspapers, published an article on the occasion of our 50th anniversary. In the interview Paul Lievevrouw, president of SumProject+SumResearch, explains our vision on architecture and urban planning. Some ongoing projects, like for example ‘Sterea’ in Sterrebeek and ‘Central Lanes’ in Brussels, are also mentioned. You can read the article here (in French).

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