The site of Sint-Lukas school today consists of 5 buildings: two new red and grey buildings and three renovated buildings, the old printing house, the white building and the beige building. For the new five-storey block core structure, a rough concrete finish was chosen along with visible techniques. Particular attention was given to acoustics, especially in the dining hall and gym located on the top floor that was built at double height. Since the classrooms are directly below, a noise-abating floor was installed to ensure acoustic comfort.
In terms of renovations, the outer and inner envelopes of the buildings were improved, spaces were redeveloped (especially in the old printing house) and a new high-voltage cabinet was created. The work also included a focus on sustainability with the fitting of insulating panels, double-glazed windows, a green roof and in particular a 100,000-litre rainwater recycling tank for use in the toilets.