Urban Hiatus is an intervention in an old military barrack. The project is an investigation of space and trespassing experience.

Therefore, shaping the void is of utter importance to create a social habitat.

The punctual interventions are independent, both from each other and from the old building. However, they generate a new shelter for the pre existing construction, which enables new affordances and provides the city with a new public space.

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architect: Eduardo Dugaich  |  client: City of Dendermonde  |  status: Research  |  location: Dendermonde, Belgium (51.0255, 4.1020)  |  climate: Oceanic / maritime, Temperate  |  material: undefined  |  environments: Urban, Park  |  visualizer: Studio  |  scale: 31.216 m2 large  |  types: intervention, public space, urban design  |  views: 887