The Aire Gate in Cassel, Flanders, is one of the seven gates of the city, built in the 19th century on an former Roman road. 
The condition of the stone pediment in the late 1990s required restoration. The significant erosion, linked to the effects of time or destruction, and the absence of archives, plans, casts, drawings, old photographs, did not allow to restore the original state of this pediment.
I completed what was left of it by impregnating myself with the style, especially for the vegetal motifs.
The layout of the gauge was plotted on the stone (yellow Richemont) and cut by David DEBRA.