www.gafpa.net

Belgian architecture office GAFPA was established in 2008 by architects Floris De Bruyn, Philippe De Berlangeer and Frederick Verschueren, shortly after finishing their studies at Sint-Lucas in Ghent. The architectural firm from Ghent is known for its pragmatic approach. They dismantle an existing context and transform it into a new reality. This method of systematic deconstruction results invariably in new interpretations of architecture, a vocabulary all of their own.  GAFPA intervenes on different levels, ranging from private houses to public buildings, from urban design operations to scenography. The multidisciplinary firm doesn’t limit itself to house-building projects, but also regularly competes in international contest commissions. They were featured in the Wallpaper 2016 architects directory.  
Floris De Bruyn teaches since 2008 at the Faculty of architecture of the KU Leuven in Ghent, where he currently leads the studio ‘Primary Structures’. 

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Weekend House Wachtebeke, Belgium

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Weekend House Wachtebeke, Belgium

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House Gent, Belgium

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House Gent, Belgium

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Scenography 'Wisselland' cc Scharpoord Knokke-Heist, Belgium

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Reconversion industrial site Gentbrugge, Belgium

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Reconversion industrial site Gentbrugge, Belgium

© Tim Van De Velde

House Extension Gent, Belgium

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Zwin Nature Park Knokke-Heist, Belgium

© GAFPA, COUSSEE & GORIS

Zwin Nature Park Knokke-Heist, Belgium

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