Small pavilion, dispensary of the Red Cross in the purest Art Deco style, built in the 1920s, by architect Jean Jules Eggericx, in the wake of the Cité Floréal.
The building is still occupied by the Red Cross today.
The ultra-simple facade is in roughcast, and bears a bilingual inscription in an original typography undoubtedly dating from the construction.
No changes have been made since it was built !
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