Social Security Building

AND02 Social Security Building
Name Social Security Building
Address Square de l'Aviation 29
City/Neighborhood Anderlecht
  • Art Deco
  • Art Nouveau

Original use
  • Offices

Year 1912- 1932
Architect(s) and/or artist(s)
  • Brunfaut Fernand
  • Brunfaut Maxime
  • Pringiers R.

Spacious corner building, built by the socialist party insurance company, "La Prévoyance Sociale". In 1912, they called on Richard Pringiers, former collaborator of Victor Horta, who designed a relatively classic building with Art Nouveau elements.

In 1932, the company had the entire ground floor and the interior hall transformed and modernized by architects Fernand and Maxime Brunfaut, who made it one of the most emblematic Art Deco places in Brussels.

The building has been remarkably restored, and has been listed as a historic monument since 2004.

The ground floor can be visited.

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