Gaston Brunfaut designed several buildings for public facilities, including the RTT (Régie des Telégraphes et Téléphones).
This building, built in 1950, reflects the architect’s modernist principles, influenced by Le Corbusier, giving pride of place to large bay windows and rounded shapes.
The architect also uses a glass wall for the building’s rear part.
These elements can be found in other works by Gaston Brunfaut, notably for the Delobe houses in Watermael Boitfort.
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