What will Brussels be like in 2040 if its demographic growth continues? How will people get around the city if the motor car is no longer a sustainable means of transport? How can we reduce the social divide and avoid a dual city? How can we offer everyone an opportunity to live and work in the city with dignity? How can we coordinate the development of Brussels with its hinterland?
Faced with all these questions, the Brussels-Capital Region turned to three teams of international experts, made up of architects, town planners, and landscape architects, among others. The Brussels 2040: Three Visions for a Metropolis exhibition shows the approaches taken by these three teams via videos, models, photographs, and urban master plans.
Locomotif produced three films, presenting each of the three visions, made by Jo Ackermans and Robin Ramaekers.
This film focuses on the vision of Kees Christiaense and his office KCAP Architects & Planners.
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