PRIMARY STRUCTURE, ‘De Nobele’ – Site, The run-down textile factory was built a few years before the start of World War II by some Germans who lived in Ghent at that time. Underneath the unfinished top part, the factory has been replaced by a print-shop and a supermarket. posted by Lars Nowé at 28.02.17, filed under: brick, concrete, STUDIO: studio17-1, Location: Zwijnaardsesteenweg 219, Ghent,
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PRIMARY STRUCTURE, ‘De Nobele’ – Site, The run-down textile factory was built a few years before the start of World War II by some Germans who lived in Ghent at that time. Underneath the unfinished top part, the factory has been replaced by a print-shop and a supermarket. posted by Lars Nowé at 28.02.17, filed under: brick, concrete, STUDIO: studio17-1, Location: Zwijnaardsesteenweg 219, Ghent, back-button
fig 2A, photo, Alongside the structure there's a workspace for a local artist.
fig 2B, photo, The unfinished upper part of the old textile factory.
fig 2C, photo, Detail of a main concrete column.
fig 2D, Analysis on which structure stays and which one disappears.
fig 2E, photo, Detail of the naked concrete structure.