European Commission announces winner of #Loi130 architectural competition

| July 11, 2019

The Commission has announced the results of an architectural competition launched in the spring of 2018 to identify the best solution to replace part of its ageing offices in the European quarter. The winner is a consortium of five companies specialized in the provision of architectural and engineering services: RAFAEL DE LA-HOZ ARQUITECTOS, Spain (Team leader); Perkins+Will UK Limited, UK; Latz + Partner Landscape Architecture Urban Planning, Germany; TECNICA Y PROYECTOS S.A., Spain; and, MC2 ESTUDIO DE INGENIERIA S.L.U., Spain. Budget and Human Resources Commissioner Günther H. Oettinger said: “Congratulations to the winners of our first international architectural competition in Brussels. The winning design proposes solid, innovative, efficient and forward-looking solutions to replace our old buildings on the Loi 130 site.” 

Brussels-Capital Region Minister-President Rudi Vervoort said: “We are very pleased with the outcome of the competition. Thanks to very constructive cooperation between the European Commission and the Brussels-Capital Region, this emblematic competition resulted in a project that represents a significant milestone in the implementation of our own Projet Urbain Loi that aims at finding sustainable, energy efficient solutions for the redevelopment of the European quarter of Brussels”. The winning project was chosen based on a decision of the competition jury composed of internationally renowned architects and engineers, as well as representatives of the Commission and the Brussels-Capital Region. With the Loi 130 project, the Commission is playing its part in the efforts of the Brussels authorities to make the European quarter a more attractive place to live, work and visit. More information is available in the press release and MEMO. Visual material is available on the website of the competition and on EbS


Facebook comments

Tags: , , ,

Category: A Frontpage, EU, European Commission

Comments are closed.

Left Menu Icon