Mini-Europe is a park featuring all the wonders of Europe, in miniature. Bonsai trees, flowery groves and dwarf trees embellish the 350 monuments which have been reproduced at scale 1/25. Thousands of lifelike figurines and animations! Set off the eruption of the Vesuvius and admire the takeoff of the Ariane rocket. The two hour walk, which is both entertaining and educational, will let you (re)discover the 27 member states of the European Union and the United Kingdom, their historical, architectural and cultural wealth.
Our farm combines a 2000m2 high-tech greenhouse and a 2000 m2 productive outdoor garden on the roof of Foodmet market hall, in the heart of Brussels, at the famous Abattoir site.
Spanning the tracks of the Schaerbeek training station and the avenue de Vilvorde, a slightly curved structure was erected between 1923 and 1925.
Modernist style retirement home, built by architects René Aerts and Paul Ramon between 1964-1966.
The Royal Library of Belgium is the national library of Belgium.
The current buildings were constructed between 1954 and 1969, the total area is 67,000 m² spread over several levels.
Fully renovated duplex in a typical Brussels mansion. Modern and sober furniture.
Impressive view of the capital from two terraces with large glass doors.
Master suite with bathroom (bath and shower), 3 small bedrooms/office, shower room, large living room with openplan kitchen.
Stairs; lift that leads to a small private landing.
The co-working spaces of digityser are installed in the old Blum warehouses.
The front facade is Neoclassical, but the entire building is Art Deco / Moderist.
The building is articulated around a large patio which is surmounted by a glass roof.
The space offers a variety of possibilities.
With offices of varying sizes, meeting spaces, a rooftop overlooking Brussels ...
Duplex located on the last floor of a building.
The living rooms - living room, dining room / kitchen, office - are located on the lower level and are articulated around a large hall with ferrière. The hall also gives access to a terrace with a view of Brussels.
The delivery rooms are located on the upper floor.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Brussels (built 1905) is the fifth largest church in the world and the largest Art Deco edifice ever built. Located in the Parc Elisabeth atop the Koekelberg Hill, the church is popularly known as the Koekelberg Basilica. The massive brick and concrete reinforced church features two thin towers and a green copper dome that rises 89 metres (292 ft) above the ground, dominating the northwestern skyline of Brussels. The Basilica also houses the Museum of the Black Sisters of Brussels and the Museum of Modern Religious Art.
The Elisabeth Park opens with one of the most beautiful perspectives of Brussels with its tree-lined avenues: it plunges from the Koekelberg Basilica to the Botanical Garden along the Boulevard Léopold II. Designed in the same spirit as the Jubilee Park, this historic park has a central alley which is the backbone of this great promenade. It consists of a grassy berm, set with two tree-lined avenues and, on the sides, lawns crossed by winding paths and punctuated with clumps of trees and shrubs.