Chambon has been known for many years as the headquarters of the General Savings and Retirement Fund (CGER), at Rue Fossé aux Loups, Brussels 1000. In 2011 BNP Paribas Fortis sold all of the buildings to Allfin, the real estate group, now known as Immobel. The renovation and construction project was managed by the Jaspers-Eyers […]

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In 2011 Immobel and BPI decided to buy the site of the old headquarters of the Solvay company, flagship of the Belgian chemical industry, which is located on both sides of the Rue Prince Albert (blocks 33 and 44). The challenge for the architects from the A2RC and Jaspers-Eyers architectural offices was to create a […]

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The Gare Maritime was one of the largest railway stations in Europe. As part of the development of the Tour & Taxis site, Extensa hired Neutelings Riedijk Architects to design and regenerate the building as a covered town. This vidéo is in 2 parts: watch de first part HERE Project name: Gare Maritime Address: Tour […]

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Following its acquisition of the old Belle-Vue breweries site in Molenbeek (Brussels, Belgium), Nelson Canal has, with the help of the A2M architectural office, been working on renovating the buildings and giving them a new direction: a youth hotel, passive housing, and the 2.0 Museum have appeared. Project name : Belle-Vue Address : 33-41 quai […]

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At the request of Alexandre Grosjean, director of the Société des Galeries, and of Nadine Flammarion, Archi 2000 took on the renovation-rebuilding of the Hôtel des Galeries in the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert in the very heart of Brussels (Belgium). Project name : Hôtel et Comptoir des Galeries Address : 38 rue des Bouchers 38 (Hotel) […]

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Motel One, a German chain with hotels throughout Germany, was determined to establish its first base in Brussels, and the plan was not just a small base – in fact there was talk of a 498 room hotel, which would be the biggest hotel in Brussels. Besix chose Archi 2000 to carry out the project. […]

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