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The Muse : new offices at the forefront of a new era in the real estate industry
By 2025, the former headquarters of Sabam (Belgian Association of Authors, Composers and Publishers), located at the corner of Rue d'Arlon and Rue Jacques de Lalaing, will give the European quarter in Brussels a brand-new tertiary hallmark.
Let's head to the primary Brussels business district for an exclusive presentation of the future new offices in The Muse building.
L375: Inherently iconic
The L375 building, which takes the capital L in its name from the prestigious Avenue Louise where it stands in Brussels, is currently being spruced up. This ambitious renovation project has got under way under the guidance of the architecture firm HBLN, which is designing new people-friendly working environments that are versatile, sustainable and comfortable.
Discover a future masterpiece office building on Avenue Louise in Brussels
Conversion, reversibility and the circular economy: the new issue of BuzzWords is available to download now!
According to the UN, 54% of the world's population now lives in cities. By 2050, this number will rise to 66%. As a result of society becoming more urbanised, urban models need a rethink. Gone are the days where hyper-specialised or single-function buildings rule the roost. Instead, we now need to dream up mutable buildings, which can transform themselves, in sync with the constantly changing global environment, in order to provide a solution for the world's major social, environmental and economic needs.
Wellwood : A next-generation office campus right in the heart of the Collines de Wavre Business Park
The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 has accelerated changes to how workplaces are designed, feel and operate. Now more than ever, offices are reinventing themselves, becoming increasingly environmentally conscious and playing in a role in employee well-being, creativity, productivity and engagement.
OXY or the contemporary revival of the Centre Monnaie in Brussels
Located above De Brouckère station, the iconic building constructed in the 70s and known, in particular, for its cross shape is currently undergoing an ambitious renovation programme. The aim is to create a new sustainable Brussels destination for great work, life and entertainment.