The Bronks Youth Theatre is an elegant touch of contemporary architecture located in the Belgian capital of Brussels created by Martine de Maeseneer Architects. The Bronks Youth Theatre’s visual identity is dominated by its glass facade. The building is contrasted as the older ones that surrond it and together they create a vibrant and eclectic aura.
The Bronks Youth Theatre also stands out from the adjacent architecture by way of its name in lights above the entrance and its lack of a traditional box-like structure. For the interior of the building, cement was a material that was used for walls, floors, and staircases alike.
The Bronks Youth Theatre grabs the attention of passing pedestrians through its use of contemporary materials and practices which contrast with the neighbourhood.
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