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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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Designinnovation Vennestraat II

Lofi-Studio was part of the design team working on and around the identity of a shopping street in the city of Genk in Belgium.
In a participatory process with the inhabitants and shopkeepers of the Vennestraat, we developed a series of objects and interventions that aim to reinforce the identity of the street and facilitate the connection to the nearby C-mine site. First prototypes were showcased during the Conflict & Design Triennial in 2013, further results were inaugurated during a city festival in 2014.
design-team: Christiane Högner & Thomas Lommée
project management: Gitzwart
commissioned by: the city of Genk and Innovatie & Design Euregio (IDE)
with the support of: LSM, Design Platform Vlaanderen, Agentschap Ondernemen & Vlaanderen in Actie
photography: Kristof Vrancken

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