This school of media and public relations is situated in Brussel’s new media park. It faces a green park and two major buildings hosting the Flemish as well as the Wallon national TV companies. The building is characterised by a stepped profile that to allows to accommodate a vast range of activities necessitating spaces of various heights and sizes. The large recording studios that do not require natural light are situated on the lower underground levels, whereas small editing cells, where students spend entire months editing their final movies, are situated on the upper floors. The north façade facing the park is conceived as a neutral transparent screen revealing everyday activity. It is the public face of the school. The south façade hosts by contrast a series of linear outdoor terraces where students and teachers can take informal breaks, discuss, sunbath or party. This domestic side of the building faces the backyards of an existing housing block, typical of Brussels’ urban fabric. The concrete structure of the building is inspired by the technical objects that carry information, such as radars and antennas. It also refers to stadium structures, and the publicness of large infrastructures meant to carry urban crowds.