We are CAAAP
CAAAP stands for Creators of triple-A Places.
The 3 As define our projects, but they say just as much about what we stand for as a team.
We are highly Ambitious and look for added value, both for people and their surroundings. We approach things with Architecture in mind and carry out our projects with an A-team of colleagues.Read more Read more
'De Lesselier' nestles centrally in 'Het Academisch Kwartier' between the stately "Normaalschool" and the adjacent neighbourhood. The building comprises 39 flats that are a mix of 1, 2 or 3 bedroom flats.
Dames & Heren
Dames & Heren is a stately building designed by top architect Stéphane Beel. Ten unique homes that breathe luxury along the quay at the glistening water of the Ghent docks.
MOOODS by CAAAP
This is MOOODS, our corporate book in a fresh new format, in which we set out our projects and ambitious...
Meet our latest Dedicated Developers!
CAAAP is blowing out 3 candles this summer and we are going through burgeoning growth. Lots of new projects, and...
CAAAP is growing and flourishing
We have just got through a tough year! That’s putting it mildly for us, the entire business community in Belgium...
A village in the city
The demand for greener and healthier cities has been heard for some time now, and it has become increasingly loud...
New Flemish Government Architect highlights importance of high-quality collective living
This summer, our new Flemish Government Architect was appointed - this is the advisor to the Flemish Government on all...
Buying local and shopping currently growing
Since early 2020, our world has been turned on its head because of the pandemic. This also awakened in Belgians...
High-quality outdoor space in the heart of town
Now that we are all staying home, we are looking more than ever for peace, quiet and greenery in our...
Rising trend: Belgians are moving towards smaller but more efficient homes
As the saying goes, Belgians are born with a brick in their stomach - that is to say, an instinctive...
Sustainable cities of the future
In principle, cars do not belong in big Flemish cities such as Ghent and Antwerp, with their beautiful, historic centres...