This page is an archive of iMAL's wiki that operated between 2012 and 2022. It documented projects, residencies and workshops mostly taking place at iMAL's Fablab.

Older & newer Fablab projects are now found at

How to construct iMAL's workshop

What could be salvaged from past was salvaged: furniture from IMAL’s fablab and all wood surfaces from soon to be dead WTC. The structures are hand painted with a hammered finish. The blue boxes are borrowed from the Mabru Morning Market in Brussels in exchange for a deposit. They might never return there.



  • 120m of 40x20x2mm steel rectangular tube.

  • 312m of 60x30x2mm steel rectangular tube.

  • 102m of 20x20x3mm steel corner. 

  • 24m of flat 60x5mm steel flat bar. Cut. Pierce. Paint. Add rivets. Assemble. 

  • 150sqm of agglomerated reused wood from WTC soon to be dead building. Cut. Structured. Placed.

  • 208 blue plastic crates from the Mabru Morning Market. Paid for caution. Free renewal: Filled with materials and tools. Stored in furniture and on shelves.

  • 97 eurostandard grey plastic crates. Recyclable. Filled with material and tools. Stored in furniture.


Below the execution drawings



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Last updated: June 2021