Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura works alongside Belgian office Meta for the development of a public exhibition hall that will double as a conference center in Bruges, Belgium. The structure will make use of recycled brick lamellas that give it a traditional and homey aesthetic. The facade will be broken up by small hits of modernity, while the interior will boast a spacious layout that totals about 4,480 square meters.
The public exhibition hall and conference center will embody both the aesthetic of a neighborhood-oriented space for concerts and other events, as well as one that welcomes business meetings, festivals and the like. To create a building that is highly adaptable, Eduardo Souto de Moura and Meta use a strategic layout design that enables flexibility of space.
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