Established in 1990 P&P is a Brussels-based firm of architects with a particular interest in the city, the development of the cityscape and its building stock.
For more than 25 years, P&P has advocated for high-quality contemporary architecture filled with emotion that enables the city to stand on its own feet.
The firm has continued to study a full range of projects with an array of seminal achievements, including Renault Drogenbos (1992), Kraainem school (1998), Peterbos (2010), Marconi Rodenbach (2012) and Terre Neuve (2015).
Today, P&P is a dynamic intergenerational organisation. After spending time abroad in London, Lisbon, San Sebastian and Venice, the two architects Lionel Philipperon and Arnaud De Lanève returned to Brussels, becoming partners in 2017 on the back of ambitious architectural work.
Ongoing projects include the Peterbos 16 tower, the Machtens towers, Cambier school, the Volta green neighbourhood, Vandeuren, Grande Haie, Roche Fatale and Auderghem community centre.
P&P proposes plans and generous solutions inspired and enriched by the various construction parameters of a sustainable European city.