Benoit Moritz is professor of urban planning at the Faculty of Architecture of the Université Libre de Bruxelles and co-coordinator of Metrolab.Brussels.
Benoit Moritz has degrees in architecture (ISACF-La Cambre) and urban planning (UPC Barcelona). In 2001, he co-founded MSA in Brussels, an architecture and urban planning practice focused on the development of urban projects of various scales. He has also developed a teaching and prospective research activity at the Faculty of Architecture (ULB).
He is currently co-coordinator of Metrolab.Brussels, a transdisciplinary laboratory for critical urban research, and academic coordinator of the Master’s degree in Territorial Management and Urban Development co-organised in Charleroi by ULB and UMons. He is also a member of the scientific board of the Brussels Studies Institute.
Forma urbis – Interpretations and Forms
If it can be said that, in general, all cities are different from one another and are distinguishable by characteristics related to their geography and history, then it is true that certain cities are “more different than others”, and Charleroi clearly belongs to this category. Even though it was founded in the second half of … Continuedlire l'article