The Environment Edition
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  • Issue #15
  • June-July-August 2018
  • 100 Pages
  • On making Antwerp a smarter city, by Jan Adriaenssens
  • On Hasselt’s growing contemporary art cluster, by Louise Osieka
  • On updating Brussels’ bus routes, by Amandine Steven
  • On launching an online radio in Brussels, by Mickaël Burzstejn, Nicolas Bucci, Thomas Kok, Jim Becker and Thanh Lam.
  • 51N4E: The architecture practice using Brussels as a testing ground for future change
  • “Music has the power to influence people’s mood, just as fashion does.” How Hermès aims to stengthen the bond between silk and music
  • EE Tapes: “Running a cassette label was basically just another means of coping with my addiction.”
  • The House Hundred: Portraits of a scene’s past, present and future greats
  • Can Kanal move beyond the hype to truly become a beacon of neighbourhood change?
  • “I have three chickens, it’s located by the Atomium and my neighbour is the King.” Inside Martin Belou’s studio
  • Crazy days in Comblain: How a tiny hamlet nestled deep in the Belgian Ardennes became home to the world’s biggest jazz festival
  • The slashers reinventing the work-life balance
  • Etterbeek: Homefield advantage
  • 15 reasons to visit Brussels’ Art & History Museum
  • Best for botanical gardens and arboretums
  • Do the right thing
  • The short haul
  • The Word turns 10