Antwerp is changing very carefully, creating an exciting symbiosis of historical and contemporary architecture. Where warehouses and storage facilities once stretched out, the "Museum aan de Stroom" now stands. Architect Willem Jan Neutelings explains to Dunkl why the museum tower has become a magnet for citizens and tourists. Elsewhere, Carl Verdickt has turned a railway depot into a much-visited venue for sporting events. The last stop is the Middelheim Museum, an old open-air museum with over 200 sculptures. Dunkl discusses the close relationship between architecture and sculpture with the director Sara Weyns.