From an agricultural structure to a festival venue

Unbolting a greenhouse

Last weekend we unbolted a 600m2 greenhouse in Normandy, bought from a recently retired farmer. A team from Rotor and Rotor DC manually dismantled 36 vaulted arcs. "Why" you ask? Well, we'll give...

Rotor DC is hiring

To further develop its activities, Rotor DC is hiring an office manager (part time between 0,6 and 0,8 FTE). Responsibilities include the HR management as well as the administration of the cooperative...

Two new design projects nearing completion

A curious transport of MDF

On the one hand we have the “Mu.ZEE” in Ostend. A museum in a beautiful modernist building by Gaston Eysselinck, whose permanent scenography out of white MDF steadily covered up more and more of ...

Rotor DC is hiring!

RotorDC is hiring two extra collaborators to help out in our shop 3 days a week. Job description can be found here. Applications should be sent to before May 14th.

Rotor and The Royal Theatre of La Monnaie / De Munt

Foxie! A second life for a past theatre set

The Royal Theatre of La Monnaie / De Munt is Belgium’s largest opera house. For some time now, we’ve been in conversation with the institution to figure out how to manage the repurposing of past set d...


Rotor zoekt nederlandstalige stagiair-architect

Rotor is op zoek naar een jonge (M/V/X) stagiair architect met een uitgesproken interesse voor de circulaire economie in de bouw, voornamelijk in het kader van onze adviesopdrachten.

How about joining our Design Assistance-Team ?

Given the development of our Design Assistance projects, we want to enlarge our team in order to be ready when our activities are back to normal... Curious to join? You'll find the job descriptio...

Extraction of ventilation system from Multi Tower

Second breath for a large ventilation unit

On October 2nd we finalised a reclamation operation of a large ventilation unit (the size of a van) from the Multi tower in the center of Brussels. This is the second operation of its kind that...

Reportage sur Paris Habitat TV

Un reportage sur le réemploi dans le projet de rénovation des casernes de Reuilly sur Paris Habitat TV.