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Atelier d'Architecture AIUD
- Our work begins from the observation of every day’s life and the apparent banality of real life. Each order is the occasion to extract the poetical and plastic abilities that all areas contain and the desire of existing, hidden in every program or project.[...]
The architecture is essentially an art of space. We cultivate the conviction that it escapes partially from rationality: like the others visual arts, its coherence comes from another order, more intuitive and sensible. However, spatial and plastic development is linked with technical development, brought in evidence or not. The control of the implementation permits to avoid the constructive questions in order to acquire a real liberty of conception. With this idea, the combination of materials is for us very important; it is the work of a sculptor as much as the technician.
The diversity is one of the foundations of our work. It is not a matter of a vague will or a virtual concept: our realisations, in general very different, come from the diversity of the situations; human, topographical or spiritual.
They all witness a same attitude towards the environment and the program. In order to weave cultural as plastic connections, the context of the project exceeds always its limits. In parallel to this, we try to bring the underlying desires of the project to life. Desires that aren’t always expressed by a program… To find a way to bring the desires to the constructed object.
- Gil Honoré
- Emilie Raquet
- Mention in the Belgium Building Awards in 2007 for a dentist's office to Rotheux
- Competition Les Forges à Liège, A+ n°178, pages 40, 41 octobre-novembre 2002[...]
Brèves d'ateliers, La libre essentielle, December 2003
(Re)nouveaux plaisirs d'architecture, catalogue of the exposition, February 2005
Belgium New Architecture 3, Prisme Editions, October 2005
Carnet de route, tome 7, bois et habitats, March 2005
(Re)nouveaux plaisirs d'architecture 3, Le journal de l'architecte n°177 (01au15 03 05)
AIUD/Gil Honoré + Carmelo Virone Editions Fourre-tout/Atelier d'architecture Pierre Hebbelinck, January 2007
Collection d'Architecture, A16 & le Centre Wallonie-Bruxelles, November 2007
30 extensions en bois, Aurore Barbier, Editions Aparté
A+ n°223, Competition Cellule Architecture Neufchateau, 2009
D'Architectures n°188 dossier l'agriculteur, l'architecte et le paysage, page 44, February 2010
Stone Architectures contemporaine en pierre, Prisme Editions, Bruxelles, 2010
Inventaires #0 Inventories 2005-2010 Communauté Francaise Wallonie-Bruxelles, 2010
Art&fac n°29, L'architecture au XXème siècle à Liège, University of Liège, February 2011
Surélévations, Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2011