Remarkable modern building, today very "vintage", which was built in 1966 by architects René Aerts and Paul Ramon for the Christian Socialist Party (PSC).
Designed according to the principle of the curtain wall, the facade is made up of 228 orange modules, (the emblematic color of the party) in fiberglass resin, which give it an incredible rythm.
This facade is also a real punch among the neighboring 19th century very classic buildings. The front and rear facades are totally similar, except that the street side was completely restored and repainted in a flamboyant orange in 2006.
Sold in 2020, it is being restored and house now Sabam's offices (Société Belge des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Editeurs).
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