A Norwegian delegation touches down in Brussels

On 26 June, a delegation of the Urban Environment Agency of Bergen (Norway) visited Brussels for inspiration, drawing on the innovative models that the Brussels-Capital Region developed in terms of mobility, urban planning and the circular economy. After a theoretical presentation, our colleague Marc Appelmans was happy to guide the delegation through the Brussels Low Line. The Brussels pedestrian zone already made waves in Norway in 2016, when a large delegation from Oslo traveled to Brussels in preparation of the installation of a car-free zone in the Norwegian capital.

Train station becomes the new façade of Saint-Omer

Saint-Omer will reopen its train station in 100 days. The station is transformed in a station 2.0 with co-working space, co-design, fab-lab ateliers focusing on entrepreneurs and (future) innovators. The station acts as an engine for the redevelopment of the whole neighbourhood. SumResearch was responsible for the masterplan to redevelop the whole area with a sustainable, well connected housing development and the transport node of the railway station. SumProject designed the new square in front of the historic station building and a new multimodal node including a compact bus station with glazed canopy (in collaboration with Ney&Partners). The transformation of the surrounding roads and a r

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