Art is an extension of Architecture
Real estate development is not limited to the design and construction of real estate projects. It also implies the creation of business clusters, the enhancement of their attractiveness at economic and social level and the creation of cosy living spaces. This is why architecture, quality of materials and landscaping are of crucial importance in all our projects. As a natural extension of its work philosophy, Codic chose to integrate works of art in its developments. What initially could have been the reflection of a mere whim, has evolved over the years into a systematic and proactive sponsorship approach.
Presently, after more than 20 years of experience, Codic has built a genuine collection of sculptures through its projects.
Apart from ordering sculptures, Codic also occasionally hires designers and artists to execute paintings, sanded glass, monumental railings, … as part of its its projects.
Attaching great value to its heritage, Codic contributed as patron and founding-partner to the reopening of the Maison Autrique in Schaerbeek (Brussels), Victor Horta’s first individual house.
Codic also provided financial support for the restoration, rehabilitation and refurbishment works of the old Pavillons d’Octroi of the City of Brussels located in Porte de Ninove, an emblematic site in the history of Brussels.
Codic transforms its construction site closure panels into real expression places in order to participate to the neighbourhood life. Thus, starting from a given theme, the children and teens are invited to decorate the panels that will embellish the construction site closure throughout the duration of the construction site.
The residents, the community perceives this as a positive thing, the enthusiasm, while the pride and engagement of young artists is real.