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Lucien Kroll, champion of the participatory approach
to architectural design and ecologically sustainable buildings,
graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture et
des Arts Décoratifs de la Cambre in Brussels in 1951.
In the 1960s, Kroll worked with the Rwandan government
to build housing using traditional materials and techniques.
In the 1970s he became renowned for the socio-cultural
infrastructures he created for the Medical Faculty of
the Louvain University in Brussels. His vast repertoire
also includes private homes, schools, universities,
churches, monasteries and underground stations in Belgium and France.
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1. Lépi High School,
2. Les Vignes Blanches,
low cost housing,
3. Les Chènes à Emerainville,
4. Campus of the UCL
photo copyright L. Kroll