Sint-Lucas School of Architecture is known as the largest school for Architecture in Belgium. Its uniqueness stems from the combination of a long and rich tradition with a high reputation in architectural and design education. A large number of the leading Belgian interior designers, interior architects, architects, urbanists, artists and researchers, are teaching at Sint-Lucas.

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Sint-Lucas School of Architecture is known as the largest school for Architecture in Belgium. Its uniqueness stems from the combination of a long and rich tradition with a high reputation in architectural and design education. A large number of the leading Belgian interior designers, interior architects, architects, urbanists, artists and researchers, are teaching at Sint-Lucas.

Sint-Lucas School of Architecture offers degrees in Interior Design (professional bachelor), Interior Architecture (academic bachelor and master), Architecture (academic bachelor and master) and Urban Design & Spatial Planning (academic master). Central to our programs are aspects of shaping, structuring and signification, i.e. the creative act of designing. We believe that the competence of good designing is achieved through the permanent interaction and the mutual cross-fertilisation of research and design, of creative thought and action.

The social impact of spatial design from the tiny to the huge, from the toothpick to the city imposes the highest quality requirements on its training. Sint-Lucas School of Architecture therefore educates designers in a spirit of critical reflection and personal responsibility. Students question their limits and the limits of the discipline. They gain insight into both material and immaterial, physical and social structures. Teaching and research are organised in a spirit of artistic and intellectual openness, of tolerance and inclusion.
Sint-Lucas School of Architecture is an international, dynamic, learning environment that not only responds to societys ever-changing demands but also anticipates to possible future challenges. By means of design projects, research, exhibitions, publications, conferences, etc., the school actively participates in the academic debate on issues of spatial design.