Canal Wharf has a fantastic location. Central in het up-and-coming neighbourhood of the Canal District, it is the unifying element between Tour & Taxis, and the city-center of Brussels. Within walking distance you find Rue Dansaert’s fashionable boutiques and the restaurants of the Quartier Sainte-Catherine. Your neighbour will be the future Citroën Museum of Modern Art.
The area is evolving rapidly thanks to the planned extension of the Tour & Taxis Park, right down to the waterfront -the largest urban park created in Brussels since the nineteenth century! - and the upcoming construction of a pedestrian bridge spanning the Canal to link the Quai de Péniches to the new Béco park (3.5 ha) and Rue Picard.
Canal Wharf offers a wide variety of apartments, ranging from studios to three bedroom apartments. Each unit has a comfortable terrace, and offers a beautiful view on either the canal, the docks, the skyline of Brussels or the surrounding parks.
Design of the Canal Wharf project has been entrusted to three famous Belgian architects: Architects Associates, 51N4E and Stéphane Beel, who coordinated the coherence of the ensemble.
Each architect has worked from common set of specifications setting rules for finishes, choice of materials, placing of balconies and shapes of window and doorframes. Thanks to Stéphane Beel's coordination work, the ensemble exudes a real harmony expressed in stylized architecture, the choice of textures and the marriage of colours.
The architects’ inspiration and creativity are embodied in a set of four volumes (Stéphane Beel’s practice designed the Wharf A and Wharf D blocks), each of which reflect its designers’ interpretation of the guidelines.
Design of the canal wharf project has been entrusted to three famous belgian architects
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A Ghent architect of international renown, Stephane Beel, has to his name several remarkable buildings in Belgium and abroad. His work covers all the needs in residential real estate, as offices and as institutional infrastructures.
He represents the "Nieuwe Eenvoud" current in architecture that has developed in Belgium since the late 90s. This current advocates a form of minimalism, even deconstructivism, presenting buildings with simple, clean lines.
For over 15 years, 51N4E architects, headed up by Johan Anrys and Freek Persyn, has built a solid reputation for design. Social and urban transformations are central to the approach of 51N4E that is also engaged in strategic thinking on future visions of the development of large-scale urban spaces in Brussels, Bordeaux and Istanbul.
Associates Architects, led by Marc Lacour and Sabine Leribaux, have always paid particular attention to the community aspects of architectural projects and their interaction with the economic, social and cultural reality of their urban environments.
This vision is reflected in many projects, whether for housing or premises for companies in the sustainable development field.
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