Founded in 2005, Rotor is a collective of people with a common interest in the material flows in industry and construction.
On a practical level, Rotor handles the conception and realization of design and architectural projects.
On a theoretical level, Rotor develops critical positions on design, material resources, and waste through research, exhibitions, writings and conferences.
Opalis.be : an online inventory of the professional sector in salvaged building materials around Brussels(...)> more...
Analyses of building and demolition waste in Brussels
This study explores the flows of construction & demolition waste in the Brussels region, both upstream (on the construction sites) and downstream (in the waste industry)(...)> more...
Transformation de bâtiment pour le siège de la Fondation d'entreprise Galeries Lafayette
_"Ce ne sont pas vraiment des espaces(...)> more...
A masterplan has been designed for the docks of Ghent. Some buildings have to disappear while concrete will be poured somewhere else, waterside dwellers will meet new neighbours and yesterday’s practices will make way for current activities(...)> more...
(Mode & Design Brussels)
Project for a design and fashion Centre in Brussels conceived in a joint team with the architecture office Vplus(...)> more...
For the second year, the KunstenFestivalDesArts has commissioned Rotor to build the headquarters for its yearly festival(...)> more...
Rotor designed an ambitious project for Les Brigittines(...)> more...
RDF181 was a temporary structure on a wasteland in the centre of Brussels. For a year, it housed Rotor's headquarters as well as occasional exhibitions and meetings(...)> more...
Behind the Green Door
Architecture and the Desire for Sustainability / Oslo Architecture Triennale 2013
_Every so often society experiences a profound shift in its model of perceiving the world(...)> more...
Exhibition consisting of a series of paintings depicting 15 scenes captured on the territory of Leuven and related to the cities ambitions on sustainable development(...)> more...
OMA / Progress
Barbican Art Gallery, London
The exhibition OMA/Progress was the result of a six months investigation during which Rotor had privileged backstage access to OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture) ; we made numerous visits to building sites, archives and offices worldwide; and have had free access to project discussions and partner meetings, etc(...)> more...
Fondazione Prada, Milan
Ex limbo, the project presented by Rotor at the Fondazione Prada in Milan, is an investigation of the architectural and scenographic elements realized for the fashion show sets designed by Prada and OMA for more than a decade(...)> more...
Belgian pavilion at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale
Rotor represented Belgium's French Community at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition of the Biennale di Venezia(...)> more...
Deutschland im Herbst
In this project, commissioned by the [Ursula Blickle Foundation](http://www(...)> more...
Behind the Green Door (the book)
A Critical Look at Sustainable Architecture through 600 Objects
The book Behind the Green Door is a richly illustrated critical portrait of the concrete consequences and paradoxes of sustainability as a dominating paradigm within architecture and urban planning(...)> more...
Abitare 353 / Sustainable
A section of this issue of Abitare was guest-edited by Rotor(...)> more...
Ex Limbo - Exhibition catalog
Fondazione Prada, Milan
Ex Limbo is the publication issued on occasion of the exhibition with the same name at the Fondazione Prada in April 2011(...)> more...
Etat des lieux - How things stand
This publication emerged from an intensive investigation carried out in Belgium(...)> more...