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31. August 2011

Civil and structural engineering landmarks in Brussels

Exhibitions devoted to architects or architecture are organized frequently, but much less often does the general public have the opportunity to study the art of the engineer. Up until 2 October 2011, Brussels is hosting an exhibition dedicated entirely to the contribution of civil and structural engineers to the building of Brussels over the past 200 years.

This bilingual French/Dutch exhibition has been set up by the Departments of Architectural and Civil Engineering at Brussels’ two universities, the “Université Libre de Bruxelles” and the “Vrije Universiteit Brussels”, in association with the CIVA, the International Centre for Urbanism, Architecture and Landscape.