Residence Brusilia was designed by the Belgian architect Jacques Cuisinier and built from 1970 to 1974. This curved building resides in the Schaerbeek Josaphat district of Brussels. Today, its main entrance road is mainly used as public parking space. This leaves the small green frontal garden unused and virtually inaccessible to us inhabitants.
This project proposes an alternative use of this space. The curved green roof makes the pavilion almost unnoticeable from the apartments above. It redefines the access road into a more secluded green paved area. This softens the transition between public and private space.