Heritage Day at Woning Van Wassenhove

Home - Storytelling in Cardboard and Tape

The remarkable Woning Van Wassenhove - designed by architect Juliaan Lampens - is not just a house, but a work of art in itself. Lampens shows us that a home can also be a place of creativity and openness. The house invites you to view the world around you in a new way, inspiring us to see our own spaces as a canvas for our imagination.

In this workshop, we delve into the story of the previous resident, Albert Van Wassenhove, and together explore the architectural details, spaces, and unique personality of the house. Using cardboard and tape, you will then create your own home. Let your imagination run wild as you bring various rooms, furniture, and other elements of your imaginary dwelling to life.

Practical Information

  • Three hands-on workshops with a storytelling twist
  • Duration: approximately 90 minutes each
  • Suitable for children aged 6 to 12 years
  • Parents and grandparents are encouraged to participate!
  • Registration is mandatory, with a maximum of 12 children per session
Woning van Wassenhove

Brakelstraat 50
B-9830 Sint-Martens-Latem


Free, registration required

   Workshop 1


   Workshop 2


   Workshop 3


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