Nadia Casabella

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Nadia Casabella is architect (UPC Barcelona) and MSc in Regional Planning (LSE). She chooses to work rather exploratorily than problem-solving oriented. For her this implies seeing every commission as an opportunity to develop new knowledge about cities and the architecture discipline, straddling across research, teaching, and practice. She is currently project assistant at the ULB (Faculty of Architecture LaCambre-Horta), and is about to complete her PhD on the topic of urban networks and regional design. In 2010 she founded with Bert Gellynck the architecture and urbanism practice 1010 [ten-ten], aimed at producing architecture on the scale of the city, and capable of shaping it. 

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RE:WORK

Making Place for Industry, Logistics and Wholesale in Brussels

Master Tutors
  • Susanne Eliasson & Antony Jammes (GRAU) - Jan Verheyen (IDEA Consult)
Scientific Committee
  • Benoît Moritz
  • Geoffrey Grulois
  • Géry Leloutre
  • Nadia Casabella
  • Philippe De Clerck
  • Yannick Vanhaelen
  • Jens Aerts
  • Michael Ryckewaert
Coordinator
  • Louise & Ster*
The Brussels Master Class 2012 “RE:WORK, Making Place for Industry, Logistics and Wholesale in Brussels” was organized from Oct. 29 to Nov. 9 by research centres Louise (ULB) and SteR* (VUB) with the...

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Combining Housing, Facilities and Transport Infrastructure in Brussels

Master Tutors
  • Yves Malysse (URA)
  • Federico Parolotto (MIC)
Scientific Committee
  • Jens Aerts
  • Nadia Casabella
  • Philippe De Clerck
  • Geoffrey Grulois
  • Géry Leloutre
  • Judith le Maire
  • Sarah Levy
  • Benoît Moritz
  • Marco Ranzato
  • Michael Ryckewaert
  • Philip Stessens
  • Yannick Vanhaelen
Mobility is one of the pressing questions if Brussels is to develop in a sustainable way -as the many studies and reports produced for the region and turning around this issue help to demonstrate...