While open-concept and industrial appeal prove to be a popular approach for commercial architecture, the modernist office still harbors a sense of romanticism. This is exactly the aesthetic that co-working company Fosbury & Sons taps into when gearing up to open its new location in Belgium. Situated in Brussels, the latest space for collaboration takes advantage of a stunning building with a breathtaking architectural imprint.
The modernist office building was originally occupied by the cement company CBR. One of the most striking features of the structure are definitely the uniformly situated, oval windows. Design studio Going East, which oversaw the renovation, focused on maintaining the key features of the 1970s building and creating an open space that will be ideal for the co-working environment.
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