Laurane Coornaert

Laurane Coornaert

Architect
(2018-2020)

Hello everyone!
I’m Laurane and I started working with Critical Concrete’s team by the Summer School of 2018, which was an incredible experience.
I’m from Brussels, where I graduated in Architecture and in Environment Management at Université Libre de Bruxelles.
I am curious, altruistic and interested in learning new ways to improve our impact on Earth! I believe in positive change and I love to contribute to develop alternative views of construction.
For the last few years I’ve been working and improving my knowledge, trying to finding ways to accomplish those values and the missions of the architectural field.
Currently, I’m working with the team on the research and the feasibility of the green roofs, which is productive and fascinating!
Let’s take our motivations and start making actual changes! Hop hop hop!
One more thing before I leave: I love to share with people and keep learning! Feel free to get in touch, you can easily reach me on my office e-mail:  laurane@criticalconcrete.com

All the best!

LATEST ARTICLES

(Urban) Food Forest

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Natural Wood Protection

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Tyre Foundations

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