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november 2023

A few words from the Head of Urban

archiweek 2022 aims to take you inside some iconic architectural projects across the Brussels-Capital Region for a look round.

Through historical and contemporary projects, the BC team, curator of this year's archiweek, demonstrates that Brussels offers a variety of available natural resources, whether extracted or reused, which contribute to creating sustainable, high-quality living spaces that connect with their environment.
In this period of climate crisis and shortages of natural resources, this year's archiweek invites us to question and discuss how these material resources are managed.

This year will see the advent of a new type of tour. With New in Town, Urban will also throw open the doors of recently completed buildings, some of which offer extraordinary panoramic views over the city.
As well as these visits, archiweek will once again give you the chance to visit architecture studios, which will be opening their doors to the public during the evening of Friday 21 October as well as the weekend of 22-23 October 2022.
Debates, exhibitions, performances, bicycle and walking tours, games and workshops for families and schools will give you the chance to continue thinking about and discussing Brussels' architectural output.
Last but not least, this year three Sustainable Architecture Days will showcase six sustainable architecture projects, presented by all the presenters who took part in their implementation.

Urban would like to say a big thank you to the site managers, architects, project owners, associations, municipal authorities, guides and Urban partners without whom Archiweek 2022 would not have been possible.

We hope you enjoy this feast of architectural exploration and discovery!
Bety Waknine
Head of Urban



  • Project nominated for the Brussels Architecture Prize
  • Sustainable Architecture
  • New in town
  • Agency visit
  • Partner