ARCHITECT, CHRISTIAN DE PORTZAMPARC

Christian de Portzamparc

« Louvain La Neuve is built on a straight-edged concrete slab with a car park underneath. It immediately seemed like a good idea to disengage the museum from the town, better to move it away a little towards the woods. This gave rise to a kind of overhanging footbridge crossing the road and making the whole building look a bit like a moored ship, resembling Fitzcarraldo’s great steamship being hauled over the Amazon forest... »

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SCENOGRAPHER, JOOST SWARTE

Joost Swarte

« We really wanted to take advantage of the fact that 80% of Hergé’s master work is archi-ved and available, by exhibiting the original plates. It is important to bring this invaluable treasure into the public eye... »

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