RAAMWERK is part of Architectuurboek Vlaanderen 'Wanneer attitudes vorm krijgen'
RAAMWERK is in A+284 Belgium: The Next Generation!
Project carwash is almost finished.
We received the building permit for Duinhelm, Oostende.
Lichtervelde is published in A+ 282 Village
The rough construction in 'Weegbreestraat' is almost finished.
We received the building permit Sint-Amands, the addition of a garden room and refurbishment of the existing structure.
The rough construction for 'Hugo Verriest' is finished.
RAAMWERK will be workshop leaders in Porto Academy'19
RAAMWERK is laureate for the competition OO1803- Jeugdcentrum Eernegem icw Robuust ao and Atelier Arne Deruyter.
RAAMWERK is featured as Start-up in De Architect.
RAAMWERK will participate in a double lecture with Dyvik Kahlen in Brussel on the 6th of May.
RAAMWERK neemt deel aan de ACROSS tentoonstelling, samen met GRUE, LRArchitectes, Bernard Dubois, CENTRAL, Laura Muyldermans, Atelier Vens Vanbelle en MADAM Architectuur. Vanaf 29.11.2018 tot 31.01.2019 in BOZAR.
RAAMWERK is laureate for Belgian Building Award, category 'Rookie of the Year'
A house and workshop are combined on a corner lot with limited space. A closed off but well oriented outdoor space arises by separating both volumes. The paved outdoor area provides a place to work at sculptures in stone.
The shifted position of both volumes provides adequate privacy but also opens up some chosen views on the surroundings. Workshop and house each have their own spatial proportions, but they share the same idiom. The two structures are slightly different but have the same formal language. The architectural language refers to a vernacular composition of elements: masonry walls bear concrete beams. The concrete beams support wooden beams. The façade is defined by the rhythm of these wooden beams that forms a frieze.
Both structures are built following a centrifugal circuit of rooms around a central core. The spatial flow of rooms follows the rhythm of the occupant. The circulation is done in a functional manner with a minimum loss of useful space. Each room has its own identity through the different changing light, views and variety in length and width.