Gino Debruyne
Gino Debruyne
Architectural engineer, °1957

Bruges
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Gino Debruyne studied architectural engineering in Leuven. He did a period of practical training with Groep Planning and was then employed by the company until 1988. A year later he founded his own architectural practice and today employs twelve architects.

Gino sees architecture as the result of a dogged continuum: architecture with interaction, association, logic, context, intervention, spatiality, colour, proportion, transparency, restfulness, texture, materialization, dematerialization, stratification, variance, autonomy, accessibility, definition, etc. Projects: Convent of the Dominican Nuns in Bruges, Post Office in Kaprijke, school and medical pedagogical centre in Aartrijke, Katho Kortijk (Catholic institute of higher education), RVT Maria's rest-home Dadizele, Visitors' Centre Walraversijde, BLO (special needs) schools Tielt and Koekelare, Ons Erf St.-Michiels, new De Lijn bus depot, crèche Nieuwpoort, recent dwellings in Sijsele, St.-Michiels, Oostkamp, etc.

May 2008

 

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Architectuur in Nederland. Jaarboek 2007/08

Daan Bakker, Allard Jolles, Michelle Provoost & Cor Wagenaar

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Looking for Mies

Ricardo Daza

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Marcel Ferrier

Heinz Wirz, Gerhard Mack

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RCR 2003 - 2007. El Croquis #138

Juan Antonio Cortés

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