Metrolab Brussels (MLB) is a trans-disciplinary and inter-university laboratory for applied and critical urban research, funded by the Brussels Capital Region through its ERDF program (2014-2020). The action of MLB consists in the design, implementation and coordination of a dozen of research projects, all directed towards a single public policy, the ERDF-Brussels program. These researches focus on a range of 10 to 20 concrete urban projects among the 46 actions/operations funded by ERDF for the period 2014-2020.
ENSAV Lille - Metrolab participated in the research seminar "Ville Territoire Paysage"
Metrolab welcomed the University of Paris 1 for an international workshop: "Bruxelles: les liens ville-canal"
Andrea Bortolotti participated at LAN 2016 Conference at USC School of Architecture of Los Angeles
« Events can get stuck. » Post - 2001 Lower Manhattan as an Event Space. An interview with Robin Wagner-Pacifici [EN]
Intimate massacres and terrorist attacks. Varieties of transformations of chaos. An interview with Jack Katz [EN]
Metrolab welcomed undergraduate students from UCL about a collective research around social/cultural diversity in Brussels
Metrolab organized the mapping workshop "Urban Inclusion. A cartographic approach"
Roselyne de Lestrange presented Metrolab BrabantSZenne. The previous living-lab experience
Metrolab Brussels (MLB) is a trans-disciplinary and inter-university laboratory for applied and critical urban research, funded by the Brussels Capital Region through its ERDF program (2014-2020).Read more about Metrolab