Louis-Herman De Koninck

  Born in Saint-Gilles on March 31, 1896 and died in Uccle on October 21, 1984.

A graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels, a forerunner of industrial standardization and prefabrication, his achievements are very simple, very rational and avant-garde. He is also the creator of modern “Cubex” kitchens.

From 1940 to 1974, he taught architecture at the National School of Architecture and Visual Arts in Brussels (La Cambre).

More on the Wikipedia page dedicated to him.


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