Ursulinenhof Residential

Architectural Animation for Kolmont’s New Residential Complex in Belgium

The property market is ready to be shaken-up. Senior housing projects as a component of mixed-use developments are gaining in popularity amongst real estate investors, developers and future residents alike.

The trend is driven by the increasing number of baby boomers and a broad demand for acute care to nursing, wellness and prevention, which is paving the way for more health-focused properties to be integrated in the traditional housing market.

Belgium may be small—with a population of only 10,5 million people—but its real estate industry is punching well above its weight.

In one of Hasselt’s trendiest neighborhoods, Kolmont’s new retirement properties include all things associated with a comfortable living for your retirement years: upscale boutiques, trend-setting healthcare services, spacious terraces and a cozy inner garden, cafes and fancy restaurants.

The development had been set up to provide a greater choice and quality housing for elderly people who no longer want or need family-sized houses.

But it’s not just the inside that matters, the architects have gone above and beyond to design a beautiful, stylish and contemporary look and whilst using energy-efficient and sustainable materials for the construction with a result that is aesthetically pleasing to every generation.

With the unique Ursulinenhof Residential local people will have the chance to move into a worry-free environment, take strolls by the Albertkanaal and take in the view that the beautiful St. Quentin’s Cathedral offers. The complex also has Europe’s largest Japanese gardens in its close proximity, it being on the East side of Hasselt.

We can only wish for the quality life that the residents have; as they return after a pleasant walk to their quiet, sun-filled rooms they enjoy their best years almost like a hotel guest with 24/7 presence of medical staff, emergency call system and physio-fitness opportunities.

The animation will play an increasingly central role in Kolmont’s real estate campaign since customers and investors are spending more and more hours on their mobile and it’s really not easy to amaze them with traditional real estate advertisements and images only.

Animations and renderings always have to be special and so we are constantly developing our inventory, creativity and leadership to help our clients keep up with this demanding market of selling properties.

Watching this short movie we did for the Ursulinenhof development should leave you without a shadow of a doubt of our artistic abilities. It will most certainly bring success to this particular Belgian development.


Hasselt, Belgium



Róbert Andrékó
Botond Sass
Balázs Balogh
Timofey Tikhonov


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