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et al. opened one year ago! Join us to celebrate with a small exhibition and drinks on Thursday 11 July from 7:00PM onwards.

We develop architecture as a cultural practice through the realisation of various formats such as residencies, books, exhibitions and discussions.

Administrative address Avenue Louis Bertrand, 100 B22 1030, Schaerbeek – Brussels TVA BE 0746 680 066

et al. architect-run space 137 Rue des Tanneurs / Huidevettersstraat 137 1000 Brussels


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You have a brilliant idea for a project within the architecture culture? We will help you make it happen. A first orientation meeting with advice is completely free of charge. Afterwards we can also help with the project definition, the fundraising and assist in contacting (international) partners and collaborators.

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About us

Architecture Curating Practice bring together expertise and know-how in the field of architectural culture and make it available to different actors within the larger scope of the art and architecture discipline. We organize residencies for architects, exhibitions and publications at our own initiative. For third parties we offer advice and orientation in the small world of architectural culture.

We are a young non-profit association that was founded in May 2020 by Roxane Le Grelle and Iwan Strauven in collaboration with Radim Louda, Vinh Linh, Evelyne Hinque and Elsa Marchal. The structure is currently composed of a general assembly, a board of trustees and two operational directors having accumulated several years of experience in the specific field of architecture culture.

In June 2023 we launched et al. an architect-run exhibition space dedicated to the field of architecture and located in the heart of Brussels.

Elsa Marchal, president Vinh Linh, treasurer Radim Louda, administrator Evelyne Hinque, administrator

Roxane Le Grelle Iwan Strauven

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