A special inhabitor for the 'Boekentoren'

The renovation of the exterior of the 'Boekentoren' in Ghent has been completed. The gigantic crane was used one last time to get a bronze statue of a dog to the highest point of the tower. Sculptor Greta van Puyenbroeck made the true-size picture of a fox terrier, but the idea comes from 'De Standaard' photographer Michiel Hendryckx: 'The image puts perspective to the exalted character of the protected monument and its twenty storeys with three million books. What is at the height of science, wisdom and knowledge? A dog.' If you look closely, you can see the animal from 'Sint Pietersplein'. © Jimmy Kets © FVV

Sum @ 'Gentse monumentenprijs 2018'

The 'Gentse vereniging voor Stad Archeologie Landschap Monument' awarded for the second time in its history succesful renovations, restorations, re-use and refurbishmens in Ghent. SumProject, as partner of the 'Boekentorenteam', was awarded with the third place in the category 'public administrations' for the restoration of the University of Ghent's 'Boekentoren'.

The 'Brussels Low Line' from above

Beliris, the Belgian Federal Institution managing a special fund for Brussels as a Capital City, published some spectacular pictures from our ‘’Brussels Low Line' project. Take a look on how an urban highway is being transformed into a pleasant urban environment acting as a motor for urban regeneration of the historical city centre of Brussels, Belgium. (click on the picture to enlarge, © Reporters)

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