Building permit for the restoration of the Brussels Conservatorium granted, Brussels (BE)

The project combines the restoration of a beautiful piece of architectural heritage in the heart of Brussels with the construction and renovation of the necessary infrastructure for the two conservatoria, a prestigious music library and 3 concert halls. The conservatorium was built in the 19th century to the design of architect Jean-Pierre Cluysenaar. The magnificent concert hall houses one of Belgium’s most valuable organs, an instrument by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, the greatest organ builders of all time. To meet the demand for additional music classes, concert halls and a high-quality air-conditioned preservation depot, an extension was necessary. The new building will be respectfully integrated into the whole.

Ney & Partners forms a team with Origin Architecture & Engineering – A2RC – FVWW architects. Beliris, the federal building authority for Brussels is the client.

Copyright image: Origin Architecture & Engineering – A2RC – FVWW architects – Beliris.

More info: https://www.beliris.be/nl/nieuws/de-unieke-vergunning-werd-verkregen-voor-de-restauratie-van-het-brusselse-conservatorium.html

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