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SumProject wins @ 'Régles d'Or de l'Urbanisme / Gouden Regels van de Stedebouw'

SumProject was nominated with four projects at this years edition of the 'Régles d'Or de l'Urbanisme / De Gouden Regels van de Stedebouw' awarded by 'Fédération Bruxelloise de l'Urbanisme / Brusselse federatie voor Stedenbouw'. - 'Place Jourdan / Jourdanplein' - 'Place Mirroir / Spiegelplein' - 'Tram 9 (FR) / Tram 9 (NL)' - 'Boulevard de la Woluwe / Woluwelaan' Our 'Boulevard de la Woluwe / Woluwelaan' won the first prize in the category 'Mobility'. Congratulations to the entire Sum team and our partners Sweco and Atelier Eole Paysagistes!

Sum @ 'Sustainable Building & Smart City' seminar in Shanghai

At the last day of the Belgium Economic Mission to the People's Republic of China, presided by HRH Princess Astrid of Belgium, Representative of His Majesty the King, HUB.Brussels organised a Seminar on 'Sustainable Building & Smart City' coordinated by Shanghai based Economic Counselor Mattias Debroyer (HUB) with interesting presentations & by Belgian and Chinese experts. Our colleague, Marc Appelmans, had the opportunity to present the 'Brussels_Low_Line' transforming the historic boulevards of Brussels into a ‘Linear urban park’, a project designed by SumProject, to HRH Princess Astrid and several ministers and high level persons of the Shanghai municipality. The seminar was followed by a

Sum @ 'Sustainable Building & Smart City' seminar in Beijing

Today, after the official launch of the Belgium Economic Mission to the People’s Republic of China presided by HRH Princess Astrid of Belgium, Representative of His Majesty the King, HUB.Brussels organised a Seminar on ‘Sustainable Building & Smart City’ coordinated by Victor Dulait (HUB) with interesting presentations & by Belgian and Chinese experts. Our colleague, Marc Appelmans, had the opportunity to present the 'Brussels_Low_Line' transforming the historic boulevards of Brussels into a ‘Linear urban park’, a project designed by SumProject.

Sum @ Belgium-China workshop in Shenzhen

Our colleague, Marc Appelmans, had the honor to participate at the Belgium-China workshop on ‘Sustainable urban planning and Architecture’ coordinated by Victor Dulait (HUB) with interesting presentations & exchanges by Belgian and Chinese experts. Marc had the opportunity to present the 'Brussels_Low_Line' transforming the historic boulevards of Brussels into a ‘Linear urban park’, a project designed by SumProject. The workshop was followed by a site visit of the redevelopment of Dachong, a large multi functional urban area in Shenzhen with professional guides of UPDIS, the Urban Planning & Design Institute of Shenzhen. A project developed in co-operation with the British architects Foster

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