OBJECT PUBLIC PARK AND EQUIPMENT
LOCATION RUE DE LIVERPOOL 65 / 67 - 1070 ANDERLECHT
CLIENT COMMUNE D'ANDERLECHT
PARTNERS PIRNAY - POLY-TECH ENGINEERING - PS2 - OLIVIA HERNAIZ
Located in the city center of Brussels, close to Brussels-South Station, the Liverpool Park used to be urban wasteland. Today it has been transformed into a recreational, eco-friendly green space. Initiated in 2010 by the District Contract ‘Lemmens’, this new green lung has been created in close cooperation with the inhabitants and users of the neighbourhood in order to provide a real breath of fresh air in the dense fabric of this industrial area of Brussels.
Inspired by a program defined together with public participation, the park offers a variety of recreational functions meant for diverse visitors. A playground, sports ground, table games and a water garden form a playful project that is built around a winding path for people with reduced mobility. A multi-purpose building with very low energy consumption, based upon a free and deconstructed reinterpretation of a log cabin, opens up on the terraces surrounding the bar. Designed in a single architectural and landscaping gesture, the park and the building engage in a harmonious dialogue made of skillfully landscaped voids and non-voids.
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