Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Locatie Open Oproep 1727 © Michael De Lausnay

Luchtfoto © GDI-Vlaanderen

Luchtfoto © GDI-Vlaanderen

Project description

Both the De Schakel primary school and the Koninklijk Athenaeum in Hoboken use the school grounds on Hendriklei in Hoboken.

At the De Schakel primary school everyone is a VIP! Each child is a unique personality with their own interests and talents. Our 42 employees are committed to ensuring equal educational opportunities and maximum learning improvement for all pupils. In this safe and familiar environment, they are able to develop intellectually, socially and creatively.
The Koninklijk Athenaeum aims to offer a safe haven to any youngster who comes knocking for help, regardless of background or faith. As a result, we have grown into a rich, multicultural community in which we give these young people the best chance of achieving a better future and a valuable place in our society.

The site is a large triangular area located on the corner of two streets, Hendriklei and Weerstandslaan.
There is currently one large permanent building (5519 sq. m.), which dates from 1954 and is situated on the edge of the playground, a gymnasium and a number of temporary outbuildings. The two schools are entirely intermingled in the current building.

As a result of an increase in the number of pupils in both schools, the accommodation has become too small. The temporary outbuildings also need replacing. The new building must also ensure better demarcation between the two schools so that each school can better highlight itself and the primary school can acquire its own identity on the site.
Following the demolition of the outbuildings, GO! is anticipating a new building with an area of approximately 1000 sq. m.

all-inclusive fee including stability, technical installations, EPB

Hoboken OO1727

Full design brief for the new construction project for the primary school and secondary school (Athenaeum) in Hoboken

Project status
Selected agencies
  • areal architecten
  • Architectenatelier Boud Rombouts
  • Architectenbureau Praet-Verlinden
  • Compagnie O.
  • Martine De Maeseneer Architecten bvba
Location

Hendriklei 67, 2660 Hoboken

Timing project
  • Selectievergadering: 21 Apr 2009
  • Toewijzen opdracht aan de ontwerpers: 1 Jun 2009
  • Eerste briefing: 14 May 2009
  • Tweede briefing: 4 Jun 2009
  • Indienen: 7 Sep 2009
  • Jury: 17 Sep 2009
  • Award: 6 Nov 2009
  • Toewijzen opdracht aan de uitvoerders: 1 Sep 2010
  • In gebruikname: 1 Dec 2011
Client

GO!, onderwijs van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap

Procedure

prijsvraag voor ontwerpen met gunning via onderhandelingsprocedure zonder bekendmaking.

External jury member

Marleen Goethals

Budget

€1.300.000 (excl. VAT) (excl. Fees)

Awards designers

€2500 (excl. VAT) per prizewinner