Guy Cudell Square


“Sometimes the simple action of changing a pavement is decisive in redefining the way the public space is used. By homogenizing pavements and roads, the proposal re-establishes former hierarchies and defines new modes of cohabitation between cars and pedestrians. While changing the character of a former crossroads, the proposal becomes an active square thanks to the treatment of its new surfaces.” Anna Puigjaner

A new hierarchy of traffic

— Lisa De Visscher

The redefinition of the role of traffic at this former crossroad in Saint-Josse-Ten-Noode enabled Dev-space to transform a residual road space into an urban square where the hierarchy between pedestrians and cars are inversed.

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  • DEV-space


  • Guy Cudell Square

  • Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Belgium

  • Urban planning

  • Negotiated procedure without advertising

  • Municipality of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode

  • 18/12/2020

  • 2000 m²

  • 535 000 €

  • BLOC paysage

  • L'atelier

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