The site of the new AXA headquarters is located between the Place du Trône and the Porte de Namur, and between Rue de la Pépinière and Boulevard du Régent (in Brussels). The A2RC Architects firm worked on a group of three buildings to create from them a single unit. Inside, some new ways of working […]

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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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Michel Verliefden is the founder of the A2RC Architects practice, along with his wife Brigitte D’Helft. They met while studying at La Cambre school of architecture. Contemporary art, motor racing, and dogs are some of the passions that they enjoy together, and which Michel Verliefden talks to us about in this profile. Michel Verliefden A2RC […]

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