We designed a publication that accompanies the exhibition held at the University Library of KU Leuven from 25 October 2018 until 20 January 2019. The exhibition brings the architectural dreams of the castle’s owners back to life, from the Renaissance to the eve of the First World War. At its peak, the castle served as the hub of a network of residences ranging from Brabant to Hainaut. Together, these residences express both the ambitions and the image of Charles III of Croÿ, duke of Aarschot (1560-1612). To this day the building evokes the memory of life in the castle, as it was in the past.
In collaboration with Voet en De Brabandere architects we also took care of the typography, exhibition graphics & signalization.