Centre Pompidou, Brussels

Industrial Catalyst

noAarchitecten, EM2N and Sergison Bates Architects, Centre Georges Pompidou in Brussels

The Citröen building in Brussels, an enormous industrial complex built in 1933, will be transformed into a new branch of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. The result of a competition that was held for the purpose, the design drawn up by the team consisting of noAarchitecten, EM2N, and Sergison Bates Architects tries to provide a new catalyst for the cultural life of the Belgian capital by addressing the quality of public space.

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