The new Kerremanspark (27 ha) is the link between the dense residential area of Horing, the Zellik research park and the Molenbeek valley. The starting point for the park design is an organic interplay between nature, agriculture and recreation and also sufficient accessibility. This makes the park an attractive green space on the outskirts of Brussels for local residents, employees and visitors.
In the heart of the park there is a 1-kilometre park ribbon that connects the various atmospheric zones. The park ribbon leads visitors along a balanced alternation of recreational and ecological functions. Recreational nodes include a reception area in Pontbeeklaan, at the confluence of the Maalbeek and the Molenbeek, a resting area at the Molenbeek with a view of Koekelberg, various play landscapes and an adventurous play forest in the centre of the park.