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WAITING FOR RECIPROCITY 2015 :: THE GUESTS

The soul of RECIPROCITY is eminently polyphonic. The main program, developed by internationally renowned curators, will include a meeting point, four exhibitions and an event dedicated to documentary films on social innovation. But there’s much more… Five exhibitions and events will be organized around the main program and its theme by guest institutions, all active in the field of design in Belgium. Let’s discover these guest exhibitions. Design on Track is a co-organization by Spi, Wallonie Design and Job’in Design. This exhibition brings together a…

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THE TASTE OF CHANGE :: WALLONIE-BRUXELLES PRIZE :: AND THE WINNER IS… 

… Violaine Dupuis and her project Tiffin! It’s a new service that promises few tons less of waste, based on a sharing system of food boxes, that won the Wallonie-Bruxelles Prize awarded this May 4 by the Jury of the Call for Projects THE TASTE OF CHANGE – Design for food. And how does it work? You subscribe to the Tiffin service in one of the partner restaurants: you pay 10,00 € plus a 10,00 € deposit and you receive your Tiffin box (a compartmentalized…

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Welcome to Seraing :: ME TOO, I TRANSESTER!

During RECIPROCITY 2012, “Welcome to Saint-Gilles” had demonstrated how design can help catalyze neighborhood changes starting from the local community. While continuing to work on this project, in 2015 RECIPROCITY also leaned on Seraing, a city in the province of Liege with an important industrial past. ERIGES (Eriger Seraing) and RECIPROCITY have therefore initiated a collaboration: ERIGES is the autonomous municipal authority (RCA) of Seraing who runs the successful implementation of the Master Plan based on urban renewal and redevelopment of 800 hectares of the…

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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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