Rotor designed an ambitious project for Les Brigittines. With only modest means at our disposal, we entirely revamped the arts centre Les Brigittines. A spacious mezzanine is built in the hall, offering visitors a surprising view of the arts centre itself and the railway line, while a terrace stretches out at the entrance of the building.
Since the festival centre is a temporary installation, we have opted for a design that takes into account the future destination of the materials used in its creation. We worked with rented prefab elements used as formwork in the building industry, and different kinds of wood waste are used for finishings, for instance melaminated chipboard from unmarketable furniture was used as flooring. In this way, the large structures will leave hardly any supplementary waste after the festival.
Designed and realised by
Maarten Gielen, Benjamin Lasserre, Melanie Tamm and Lionel Devlieger
Mounted in team with
With the help of
Alice Versieux, Julien Vergieux, Hebic, Televil, Coffral, Moose Office, Zinneke vzw, Michael Ghyoot and Christophe Wullus.