Notre concept de Soul Residence n’est pas qu’un slogan. Il est le fruit de notre passion et de notre savoir-faire. Les projets emblématiques réalisés depuis 25 ans par les fondateurs de Motown Development, notamment à Anvers et à Bruxelles ont initié l’éclosion de nouveaux quartiers devenus depuis des centres urbains incontournables. De l'immobilier résidentiel d’exception dont la qualité architecturale intrinsèque apprécie la valeur du bien dans la durée.
The four buildings designed by four unique talents of the Belgian architectural landscape and all awarded on multiple occasions, have enjoyed exceptional commercial success. The vision of offering high quality living designed by great architects at affordable prices has proved its impact and relevance.
The 25.000 m2 pioneer project that put the docks of Antwerp back on the map and revitalized this harbor district. To meet this challenge, we appealed to the German architect Hans Kollhoff and Belgian landscape architect Wirtz. Their task was to reopen the dialogue between the city and the neglected historical harbor district. An industrial architectural language, made noble by the use of beautiful materials and refined details, made it possible to recreate a warehouse-style building for quality living. Since then, the area has flourished with a marina and countless shops, buildings, and restaurants. It’s also home to the MAS, the museum of the city of Antwerp, which attracts almost a million visitors every year.
David Chipperfield Architects
Following the success of Koninklijk Entrepot, the renewal of the docks of Antwerp continued. The creation of this iconic project, in partnership with KBC Real Estate, was made possible by winning an international competition. In collaboration with renowned architects such as Diener & Diener and David Chipperfield, strong and timeless buildings were developed. The success of this project continued the remediation initiated by Koninklijk Entrepot. The dock area has since become a thriving place for life, work and leisure.
This project helped revitalize the medieval heart of Antwerp, which was abandoned and run down. The development of a 1.000 m2 garden, created by Wirtz and at completion donated to the city, and the buildings designed by bOb Van Reeth and intelligently inserted between the historic buildings, have revived this unique neighborhood which is located 100m from the Grand Place.
Swiss architect Diener & Diener and renowned landscape architect Gunter Vogt (Tate Modern London) revived the former headquarters of BASF. Nestled in an exceptional park of 1.5ha in Uccle, Brussels, this building of exquisite refinement offers a unique living environment to its inhabitants.