The CNDG project in Gosselies consists of a renovation of the facades as well as an extension of the clinic. The existing building presents a very diverse morphology made up of 5 main blocks of different heights and some of smaller volumes, scattered around the framework formed by these 5 blocks, presenting a rather un-aesthetic image. ASSAR ARCHITECTS has designed the dressing of the exterior envelope. The façades have been re-worked with a view to simplifying them and making them uniform, giving a coloured identity to the ensemble which is in harmony with the aesthetic of the front part. The extension concerns the construction of two new wings located to the front of the site. The facades present a curtain wall consisting of clear glass animated by glazed coloured elements. The glass colours are in the same range of hues as the thermo-lacquered panels. A large awning formed of metal cladding covers the drop-off zone in front of the building entrance.
Facade renovation and extension of the clinic