The seventh volume of the ‘Belgium New Architecture’ series demonstrates once again that creativity is central. Dedicated to innovative, high-quality buildings in Belgium, the selection of projects also addresses the future needs of cities through key public improvements. The introduction is divided into four sections: public areas and mobility in Shanghai and New York, reclaiming public space, urbanise the boulevards, and public space or negotiation. The works are split among four categories: offices/health, housing/working, public spaces, and cultural/educational sites. Featuring more than 60 projects by as many architectural offices, it offers an impressive portfolio of Belgium today.