Masterplan for the university campus in Diepenbeek
Guillaume Vanneste, Alessio Tamiazzo, Qinyi Zhang
Diepenbeek is a complex place. In addition the campus requires a complex program. The specific requirements of the program, its ambitions, the variety of users (students, employees, professors, scientists), are a part of the campus and reach beyond the spatial organization of the same, to also organize the surrounding territory. With this dual framework of complexity, we propose to articulate the masterplan of the Diepenbeek campus in 10 space-transforming strategies. These strategies preserve the current form of autonomy and dependence.