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The urban space of the Brussels-Capital Region is constantly evolving. Countless contractors, carpenters, plumbers and other artisans have made Brussels the city it is today. However, the sector faces specific challenges. To understand its complex needs, historians, geographers and architectural engineers from Vrije Universiteit Brussel take a new, interdisciplinary look at the Brussels building sector in the expo 'Re/Building Brussels', in a historical and contemporary perspective, from 1695 to the present day.
The expo presents research results from two interdisciplinary research programs 'Building Brussels' and 'Re-Building Brussels'. It shows the changing relationship between the building sector and the city: Who are Brussels' construction entrepreneurs? How do they work? And where do they find the necessary production space in the city? Pressing challenges emerge that are the starting point for the continuation of the research: how can the construction sector be a pioneer in the creation of a circular economy, and how can it create local employment that contributes to an inclusive labour market in Brussels?
|Status||Published - 10 feb 2022|
SRP58: SRP-Onderzoekszwaartepunt: Inequality, Migration and Social Relations in Urban Brabant and Flanders, c. 1350-1914
1/03/19 → 29/02/24
- 1 Article
Degraeve, M. & Van de Voorde, S., 1 jan 2022, In : M&L - Monumenten, Landschappen en Archeologie. 41, 1, blz. 59-60 2 blz.
Rebuilding Brussels. The urban construction sector as an engine for social inclusion and circularity (1695-2025)Lara Reyniers (Speaker), Louise Huba (Speaker), Karoline da Silva Rodrigues (Speaker)10 feb 2022
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