Discover the history of Belgian women architects – Guided tour in the Brussels city center with Elisabeth Gérard
This guided tour highlights the still-unknown buildings of the post-war period in Brussels; from the 1950s to the present day, in chronological order. It is an opportunity to take a fresh look on the city center and become aware of the heritage built by women in the neighborhood. This tour also aims to make the names of women architects who have had an impact since the post-war period known, disseminate them, and to showcase the evolution of working conditions of women in architecture.
Elisabeth Gérard is an architect who wrote her thesis on the career path of the first women who graduated in architecture at La Cambre (1929-1950).
Rue au Beurre, 24-28 1000 Brussels | 25 people max. | FR | Registration required