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 municipality of Ixelles (Brussels, Belgium) has launched a design and build competition for the construction of a House of Employment (Maison de l’Emploi) on its property. The project was awarded to the A2m Office, who submitted an innovative proposal for making the programme work on the ground. The passive and BATEX building uses, for […]

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In 2016, the artist Denis Meyers took possession of the Solvay building in the heart of the Ixelles municipality. In collaboration with the current developers, IMMOBEL (ex-Allfin) and BPI, the Belgian street artist has painted 25.000 sq.m (out of 50,000 sq.m) with the idea of creating a huge and unique total urban artwork. Denis Meyers for the projet […]

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