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Museum Hof van Busleyden. A long time of constructing 1997-2017 | Bart Stroobants

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ICAMT-conferentie, 14, 15 en 16 september 2017

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Museum Hof van Busleyden. A long time of constructing 1997-2017 | Bart Stroobants

  1. 1. Museum Hof van Busleyden A long time of constructing 1997-2017
  2. 2. Hof van Busleyden after WO I
  3. 3. Why renovating? • Low accesibility (many steps, no elevator) • Technical installation are very old -> electrical installation and heating dated back to the 1950’s • Scenography was out dated
  4. 4. Hof van Busleyden: museum rooms after WO II
  5. 5. A short history of the renovation • 1997: museum rooms cleared for exhibition on Lucas Faydherbe • 1999: design contest => 2 architects selected: David Driesen (dmvA) and Hans Le Compte (HLC.r) • 2000: plans and tender ready –> elections: change of Mayor => change of ideas • 2003-2004: restoration of the exterior
  6. 6. A short history of the renovation • 2004: architects have to redesign the plans
  7. 7. A short history of the renovation • 2009: architects have to redesign the plans again -> idea for excavating the cellars under the building
  8. 8. 2010: start of fase 1 • Exhibition room below the garden • Climat: A-class • Connection with the historical building • Maximalisation of the space (design from wall to wall) • To save time: period of tender runs simultaniously with period of building permission
  9. 9. Fase 1: before and after fire attestation
  10. 10. Official opening of the new exhibition room on the 5th of july 2013
  11. 11. 2015: Een Hollander in Mechelen (© Foto-KaSt, Mechelen)
  12. 12. 2015: Zot Geweld | Dwaze Maagd (© Foto-KaSt, Mechelen)
  13. 13. 2015: start of fase 2 • Renovation of the historical building • Planned as a good city museum • During the realisation: change of scope -> evolution to a museum that will be focusing on the Burgundian-Habsburgian time • Important financing by Tourism of Flandres • Higher demands on technical installation => rethinking of the installation during the construction time

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