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"Living Planet" Hall in the media

The opening of the new "Living Planet" Hall in the Royal Museum of Natural Sciences in Brussels was covered by serveral media. Below this page you can find artciles from VRT NWS (NL), HLN (NL), RTBF (FR) and La Chronique (FR). Or you can watch two coverages by Bruzz: preview by Patrick Roose and Bruzz 24.

'Toots Thielemans Metro 3' in 'Het Laatste Nieuws'

'Het Laatste Nieuws' published an article on the launch of the contruction site 'Toots Thielemans Metro 3'. SumProject designed the new metro station in collaboration with Greisch and Systra. You can read the article (NL) here: ©SumProject

Opening of the "Living Planet" Hall in the Royal Museum of Natural Sciences in Brussels

Today the “Living Planet”, the last section of the permanent displays in the Belgian Museum of Natural Sciences (Brussels), opens its doors. Together with the “BiodiverCity” hall – on biodiversity in the city – (opened in 2010) this hall of the “Living Planet” hosts the Biodiversity exhibition in the cloister aisle of the Museum. © IRScNB-KBIN T.Hubin

News from the site: 'Toots Thielemans Metro 3'

The construction of the new 'Toots Thielemans' metro station started on Monday 7 September. The first phase of the works will consist of the development of the cycle tracks and the securing of the pedestrian walkways. A large roundabout will also be built to enable the work to be carried out without any major changes in traffic. The construction of the new station and connecting tunnels will begin in mid-October in the Avenue de Stalingrad. The new metro line will link Bordet station, in Evere, to Albert station, in Forest, via the city centre, in 20 minutes. The first section between Albert station and Gare du Nord station will be operational in 2025. ©SumProject

Saint-Michel in 'Het Laatste Nieuws'

'Het Laatste Nieuws' published an article on the very first school day in Saint-Michel, Sint-Jans-Molebeek. You can read the article (NL) here: Picture: © Saskia Vanderstichele

'Stalingrad Village' in the media

The opening of the new 'Stalingrad Village' was covered by serveral media. Below this page you can find artciles from HLN (NL), BRUZZ (NL), Persinfo (NL) and DHNET (FR). Or you can watch the TV coverage on Bruzz (NL/FR) or RTL INFO (French):

Opening 'Stalingrad Village'

Today the “Stalingrad Village” has opened its doors in presence of Brieux de Meeûs, CEO of STIB, Elke Van den Brandt, Minister of public transport of the Brussels Capital Region, Philippe Close, Mayor of the City of Brussels and Fabian Maingain, Elderman for Economic Development of the City of Brussels. It symbolizes the launch of the construction works on September 7th for the new multifunctional metro node near the Midi station, in the centre of Brussels. This important node is part of the new Metro line 3 Bordet - Albert. The ‘Stalingrad Village’ hosts the shops of the ‘Palais du Midi’, inaccessible during the works as the metro will pass underneath them. Architectural design of the metro

First day of school @ St. Michel

Today all students go back to school! Some of them into a new building. The students of IMELDA have their first day in the rehabilitated warehouse building of the former Saint Michel tobacco brand, next to the site of Thurn & Taxis and near the Canal in Brussels, Molenbeek. SumProject is proud to have achieved this project after a lot of research by design work in order to find the best re-use and the best organisational scheme. This new campus of 17.000m² will host two schools: IMELDA and Martha Somers (which will follow in November). In total 1.450 students will find their way in this campus which is thriving the regeneration of the whole neighbourhood! Schools: IMELDA – Martha Somers Inv

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