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Qville

The former Quarantine stables in Essen, a listed monument in a natural and farmland area in Essen is transformed into an ecological co-housing project. The original volumes of this historical site are restored. Disappeared buildings are rebuilt.

The 1,7 ha domain will count 44 near zero energy housings such as 1 to 4 bedroom dwellings and intergenerational homes. The common areas hold an indoor swimming pool and a wellness area, a community center with flex job working areas and a roofed terrace with a swimming pond.

The inhabitants will have access to car sharing locations and solar energy charging stations. Several common bicycle sheds underline the traffic-free nature of this site. The commercial part at the front side of the site will boast a pub and B&B’s for tourists. At the entrance there is an exposition area with information and more explanatory historical details about this site.

collective housing

Status under construction
Location Essen
Surface 5.966 m²
Client HEEM
Team Christophe Combes, Evert Crols, Mira De Winne, Dirk Engelen, Jenne Gits, Sven Grooten, Steven Stessens, Sietse Van Doorslaer, Brecht Van Duppen
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