AURELIE HACHEZ ARCHITECTE
t: +32 472406733
Boulevard Anspach, 65 – 1st floor
1000 Bruxelles BE
VAT# BE 0738 889 085
Aurélie HACHEZ (1983) graduated from ISA St. Luc and ISACF La Cambre in Brussels in 2008. She founded AHA, her own architectural office in April 2012 and since then her practice has focused on designing projects of different scales including furniture design, interior renovation or the construction of new spaces and buildings. Her projects feed from a site-sensitive approach that leads her to take advantage of the different contexts in her thought process. Her attention is constantly directed toward spatial experimentation, concern for proportions, light, and respect for existing materials. Her work on projects is characterized and formalized by the definition of details, objects, and combinations of materials which are worked out through relevant construction techniques. These defining choices unify each project and give them their particular character and identity. AHA is also interested in larger-scale urban and architectural projects. She believes in a collaborative approach that leads her to work with artists, craftsmen and other architects, and to participate in international architecture competitions.
Aurélie Hachez is currently teaching at TUDelft for the chair Urban Architecture.
Aurélie Hachez is collaborating with Elseline Bazin (France) and Francesco Saraò (Italy) for their common ambition in both architectural and social themes to which they are sensitive. As part of a generation that grew up in an integrated Europe, they believe in the interaction of multiple perspectives and the richness of learning from different architectural cultures that generate a richer design and work process. Their common belief in placing the social issue at the heart of their practice and their commitment to quality architecture motivates them to collaborate.
Elseline and Aurélie are collaborating on several projects, such as a house/workshop in Bruton, a student residence in Brussels, and the liturgical furniture for the Cathedral Notre-Dame in Tournai.
Elseline Bazin (1986), architect, studied architecture at the Versailles School of Architecture where she graduated in 2010 and received the architect title a year later (HMONP). She founded Elseline Bazin Architect in 2016 and relocated her office to Brussels in 2017.
Francesco Saraò (1987), architect, graduated from Politecnico di Milano and la Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta ULB in 2014.
Gautier Rey (1988), architect, graduated from la Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta ULB in 2017.
François Gena (1993), architect, graduated from Faculté d’architecture de l’ULiège in 2016.
Past: Alice Foulon, Martin Dumanois, Giulia Cavallari, Antoine Maes, Pacôme Godinot, Damien Roussel, Giulio Lorenzo Giori, Luna Van Aubel.
AHA is currently looking for new collaborators to work on a large scale project completion. If you are an architect with at least 3 years experience, please send your application including a digital portfolio (10 mb max) in pdf format to firstname.lastname@example.org
Unfortunately we won’t be able to individually respond to each application. We will contact you if interested to invite you for an interview. Please note that no paper portfolio will be returned. Thank you for your understanding.
A+, Architecture in Belgium, Issue 284, Special Edition : Belgium : The Next Generation ! June-July 2020;
Façons de voir, La Première dans Par Ouï dire, La cathédrale de Tournai, March 2020;
A+, Architecture en Belgique, Issue 282, March 2020;
A+, Architecture en Belgique, Issue 281, Jan. 2020;
Offramp 16: Trauma, Los Angeles, Sci-Arc, Summer 2019 issue;
A+, Architecture en Belgique, issue 267, Aug.-Sept. 2017;
A+, Architecture en Belgique, numéro 263, décembre 2016;
Architectures Wallonie-Bruxelles Inventaires #02 2013-2016, Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, 2016;
A+, Architecture en Belgique, numéro 257, décembre 2015;
Archdaily, Projet Workshop, décembre 2015;
afasiaarchzine, Projet Workshop, novembre 2015;
Belgian Architects and their houses, Luster, Antwerp, novembre 2015;
La libre essentielle Immo, numéro 126, 01.04.2015;
WBA, Wallonie Bruxelles architecture, 05.2015;
A+, Architecture en Belgique, numéro 253, Avril-Mai 2015;
A+ and AR-TUR, Lezingavond Dorpsarchitectuur, Osterloo, Belgium, Mars 2020
Bozar, a silent giant, Brussels, Février 2020
Sci-Arc, Student lectures, Los Angeles, Sci-Arc, 07.11.2018
Ateliers Nocturnes, Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta, Bruxelles, 14.03.2017
Luca-Esa, Spaces We Inhabit, Bruxelles, 20.12.2016
Pratiques Graphiques, Bruxelles, LOCI, 19.04.2016
A.Cross deSingel, 04.05.2015, Anvers, Belgique
Awarded with a special mention for Belgische prijs voor architectuur – Prix Belge pour l’Architecture 2015 http://www.fab-arch.be/fr/prix-belge
Architects at play, CIVA, Brussels, Oct.2019 – Feb. 2020
Import WB _Export BCN. Re-activate the city, Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta, Bruxelles, 19.10.18
Images, Chez Raoul – Art Wash, Charleroi, 08.12.2017
Inventaires #02, Théâtre de Liège, Belgium, 08-20.10.2016 – London, 08-20.10.2016
Architecture Belge, Bozar, Palace of Fine Arts, Brussels, Oct. 2015
Guest teacher at TU Delft at the Urban architecture chair : Studio msc3 + msc4 AR3UA120 graduation studio on the thematic of Spolia; Studio msc2, MSc2 elective AR2UA010, February – April 2020. BOZAR, a silent giant; Studio msc3 + msc4 AR3UA120 graduation studio on the thematic of Bricolage
Website: Clara Dutilleul www.clara-dutilleul.com;