Modern architecture meets new education. Renaat Braem's design and the Brussels Decroly school (1946).

This article deals with the different layers of meaning in building designs, developed in the first half of the twentieth century for the progressive Decroly School l'Ermitage in Uccle. The authors focus in particular on the non-realized design (1946) by Renaat Braem and Jack Sokol as well as on the context in which this design has been developed.