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ANOTHER LIEGE

Essential stop on any visit to Belgium, capital of the province of Liege and economic capital of Wallonia, Liege is nicknamed the “Ardent City”. The Meuse, which crosses from south to north, the wooded hills that surround it and its marked relief, plus an intense cultural and artistic life, give it an amazing charm. Its considerable architectural heritage conceals countless treasures to discover. Sometimes unsuspected to residents themselves. The next edition of RECIPROCITY take shape in unusual and charming places to offer original perspectives of…

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RECIPROCITY DAY :: EXPO MILANO 2015 :: Belgian Pavilion

In the framework of the Wallonia-Brussels Week organized by Wallonia-Brussels International (WBI), Wallonia Export & Investment Agency (AWEX) and Wallonia-Brussels Design Fashion (WBDM) in the Belgian Pavilion at EXPO MILANO 2015, we are pleased to invite you to the RECIPROCITY DAY, an event entirely dedicated to the International Triennial of Design & Social Innovation. In partnership with Wallonia-Brussels Architectures (WBA) and during one day, RECIPROCITY will host the Belgian Pavilion with two round tables attended by a number of prestigious names from the worlds of…

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THE TASTE OF CHANGE : THE JURY’S CHOICE

Participants from around the world have been many, but the jury has made its choice! On 4 May 2015 the members of the The Taste of Change Contest Selection Committee met in the Musée de la Vie wallon to select 60 projects which will be exhibited in the Espace Saint-Antoine area of the same venue, at the RECIPROCITY next edition in 2015. The three prizes awarded this May 4 have yet to reveal – the Walloon Prize, the Wallonie-Bruxelles Prize and the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion Prize.…

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ROTOR – DECONSTRUCTION

They aim to take a fresh and nuanced look across a mostly ignored economic sector: the dismantling of buildings aimed to be destroyed and reuse of building materials and architectural elements… Meet Rotor, the design and architecture collective founded in 2005 by Maarten Gielen, Tristan Boniver and Lionel Devlieger. Counting today a growing number of members, it was built around a common fascination for material flow. Commissioner of DECONSTRUCTION, one of the main exhibitions of the next edition of RECIPROCITY, we would like to introduce…

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