In Belgium, the architectural firm A2RC completed the transformation of the former Palace of Brussels Congress. The highlight of the project, a glass cube and transparent and spectacular steel.

Welcoming the entrance of the building, the glass cube is composed of a cross and tree steel structure and a transparent skin bathing the interior in natural light. Articulating the entire interior space, it is crossed by stairs and gateways servicing the various levels. The intervention of A2RC thus increases the capacity building by increasing its surface 50 000 m². The new complex now offers 27 meeting rooms and auditoriums, exhibit space 3 670 m², a restaurant and a brewery.

Photo credits: A2RC

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Source: archdaily

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