Nathan Quenon

Nathan Quenon

Resquaring spaces one in another. ULg Liège (Belgium)

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The first phase of this project is exclusively about the space and the manner to revive the historical and institutional heart of Liège, specially Tivoli space, This space, next to Saint-Lambert space, was never meant to be empty and destructure the real places around.

Resquaring the Saint Lambert space by a new volume on the West and the partiel reconstruction of the Tivoli Space on the East, that redelimit the market space, the ambition is to bring different scales of perception on the whole of the Saint-Lambert and Tivoli spaces. If you percept it globally, the two places are used individualy as a public space and an urban garden. This garden doesn’t exist in Liège and reminds us of the cloister of the cathedrale that was distroyed by the revolution in Liège.

The new buildings just accomponnies this spaces and revitelises the uncomfortable and abbandoned places. Their disposition blocks the indesirable views to limit each space on its place but has been worked on in the respect of the symbolic of the Saint-Lambert place, the buildings around, the flood of pedestrians, and perspectives.

Secondly, a programme is connected on the Master plan to check its potentialities.

A buiding easily usefull as well from the garden as from the public space welcomes a culinary center that developes fluidely from the ground floor up to the roof of the second floor, where you find the bacony of the resaurant. Because of the particular site, the vaste and free spaces makes it easy to affect eventuel changements in the future.

The second building reinvest a construction that exists on which is joined spaces to organise a touristic and cultural space. This contains a house of tourism, conference and exposition halls that join a terrace with a view on the historical center as redefind.









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