Built in the 1960s by the famous architects P. Dufau (Paris) and R. Stapels (Brussels), the former offices of the Royal Belgian Navy are now an iconic building in the city of Brussels. Fifty years after their inauguration, a renovation is necessary. The Brussels region issued the planning permission at the beginning of August, seven months after its introduction. The work can therefore begin in September for the renovation.

The renovation will be carried out in collaboration with the offices Caruso St John Architects and Bovenbouw Architectuur.

Read more about the Royale Belge project.

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