Axel Vansteenkiste — Architecture
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016 — OIKEN Offices and Warehouse, Sierre, Switzerland, 2020, competition entry.
017 — Uijeonbu Archeological Remnants Shelter and Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, 2020, 2 phase competition entry - 4th Prize i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten, Yeoyudang Architects, Kim Kookhwan Architects. Images by xaoscollective.
019 — Société Nautique de Genève, 2021, competition entry.
007 — Swiss Embassy Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 2018, competition entry (finalist) i.c.w. Johannes Kohnle.
017 — Uijeonbu Archeological Remnants Shelter and Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, 2020, 2 phase competition entry - 4th Prize i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten, Yeoyudang Architects, Kim Kookhwan Architects. Images by xaoscollective.
027 — Jinju National Museum, Jinju, Korea, 2022, competition entry i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten & Studio RKY.
017 — Uijeonbu Archeological Remnants Shelter and Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, 2020, 2 phase competition entry - 4th Prize i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten, Yeoyudang Architects, Kim Kookhwan Architects. Images by xaoscollective.
010 — Plaines-du-loup Subsidised Housing, Lausanne, 2019, competition entry.
005 — Semi-detached house renovation, Belgium, 2019, ongoing.
019 — Société Nautique de Genève, 2021, competition entry.
013 — Textile Museum Extension, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 2020, competition entry.
023 — Pedestrian & Cyclist Bridge, Lillestrøm, 2021, competition entry i.c.w. Niklas Nordström.

The proposal for a mass-timber bridge pragmatically reduces the design to its minimum components: 2 piers and 3 equal spans. The spans consist of 3 identical prefabricated mass-timber sections, their dimensions defined by fabrication and transport constraints, 2 run horizontal and one is sloped in order to negotiate the terrain. Zinc cladding protects the structural timber from the elements and blends its color with the surrounding. Two large concrete piers limit the number of supports in the sensitive adjacent wetland and simultaneously allow access to the waterfront and the river for summertime leisure and swimming. The staggered placement of the 3 spans on the piers creates two interruptions of the pedestrian flow on the bridge, allowing access to the piers, and perhaps a moment to stop and enjoy the view.
013 — Textile Museum Extension, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 2020, competition entry.
006 — Kindergarten & Daycare, Tavannes, Switzerland, 2018, competition entry (finalist) i.c.w. Johannes Kohnle.
001 — Ceramic tray prototypes, paper & wood, 30x40cm, 2011.
027 — Jinju National Museum, Jinju, Korea, 2022, competition entry i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten & Studio RKY.
003 — One wall apartment, Belgium, 2018, ongoing.
013 — Textile Museum Extension, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 2020, competition entry.
007 — Swiss Embassy Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 2018, competition entry (finalist) i.c.w. Johannes Kohnle.
027 — Jinju National Museum, Jinju, Korea, 2022, competition entry i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten & Studio RKY.
004 — Carport, Belgium, 2018, study.
007 — Swiss Embassy Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 2018, competition entry (finalist) i.c.w. Johannes Kohnle.
016 — OIKEN Offices and Warehouse, Sierre, Switzerland, 2020, competition entry.
016 — OIKEN Offices and Warehouse, Sierre, Switzerland, 2020, competition entry.
010 — Plaines-du-loup Subsidised Housing, Lausanne, 2019, competition entry.
027 — Jinju National Museum, Jinju, Korea, 2022, competition entry i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten & Studio RKY.
027 — Jinju National Museum, Jinju, Korea, 2022, competition entry i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten & Studio RKY.
003 — One wall apartment, Belgium, 2018, ongoing.
017 — Uijeonbu Archeological Remnants Shelter and Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, 2020, 2 phase competition entry - 4th Prize i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten, Yeoyudang Architects, Kim Kookhwan Architects. Images by xaoscollective.
023 — Pedestrian & Cyclist Bridge, Lillestrøm, 2021, competition entry i.c.w. Niklas Nordström.

The proposal for a mass-timber bridge pragmatically reduces the design to its minimum components: 2 piers and 3 equal spans. The spans consist of 3 identical prefabricated mass-timber sections, their dimensions defined by fabrication and transport constraints, 2 run horizontal and one is sloped in order to negotiate the terrain. Zinc cladding protects the structural timber from the elements and blends its color with the surrounding. Two large concrete piers limit the number of supports in the sensitive adjacent wetland and simultaneously allow access to the waterfront and the river for summertime leisure and swimming. The staggered placement of the 3 spans on the piers creates two interruptions of the pedestrian flow on the bridge, allowing access to the piers, and perhaps a moment to stop and enjoy the view.
005 — Semi-detached house renovation, Belgium, 2019, ongoing.
027 — Jinju National Museum, Jinju, Korea, 2022, competition entry i.c.w. KL-AR Architekten & Studio RKY.
013 — Textile Museum Extension, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 2020, competition entry.
019 — Société Nautique de Genève, 2021, competition entry.
010 — Plaines-du-loup Subsidised Housing, Lausanne, 2019, competition entry.
003 — One wall apartment, Belgium, 2018, ongoing.
007 — Swiss Embassy Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 2018, competition entry (finalist) i.c.w. Johannes Kohnle.
023 — Pedestrian & Cyclist Bridge, Lillestrøm, 2021, competition entry i.c.w. Niklas Nordström.

The proposal for a mass-timber bridge pragmatically reduces the design to its minimum components: 2 piers and 3 equal spans. The spans consist of 3 identical prefabricated mass-timber sections, their dimensions defined by fabrication and transport constraints, 2 run horizontal and one is sloped in order to negotiate the terrain. Zinc cladding protects the structural timber from the elements and blends its color with the surrounding. Two large concrete piers limit the number of supports in the sensitive adjacent wetland and simultaneously allow access to the waterfront and the river for summertime leisure and swimming. The staggered placement of the 3 spans on the piers creates two interruptions of the pedestrian flow on the bridge, allowing access to the piers, and perhaps a moment to stop and enjoy the view.
006 — Kindergarten & Daycare, Tavannes, Switzerland, 2018, competition entry (finalist) i.c.w. Johannes Kohnle.
001 — Ceramic tray prototypes, paper & wood, 30x40cm, 2011.
023 — Community Center, 2022, competition entry i.c.w. Studio Oprea.