Plan Obus and Vipcity, as from Father to Son

  • Guy Châtel University of Ghent



Author Biography

Guy Châtel, University of Ghent

Guy Châtel (Ghent-B, 1956). Graduated as an engineer-architect from the Ghent University (UGent, B) in 1980, he founded “ssa/xx” in 2000 and has worked in association with Kris Coremans since 2002. He was laureate of the competition “Minister P. Akkermans” in 1987 and won a Belgian Architectural Award in 2000 for the “Vooruit Apotheek” in Ghent. His work is published (a.o. in A+, Abitare, de Architect, Flanders Architectural Yearbook) and exhibited (“Homeward, Contemporary Architecture in Flanders” Antwerp, Bordeaux, Rome, Venice, Plymouth, 2000). He publishes on architecture, urbanism and visual arts. He is Associate Professor at UGent, Department of Architecture and Urban Planning.

How to Cite
Châtel, G. (2006). Plan Obus and Vipcity, as from Father to Son. Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 7(7), 21-33.
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