Located in the heart of Brussels, between the Sablon, the Place du Jeu Balle and the Chapelle station, "Les Ateliers des Tanneurs" is a beautifully preserved complex of Art Nouveau style, particularly interesting and original. Completely renovated, this architectural ensemble, flagship of the industrial heritage of Brussels, has several functions: a business center, an organic market, a restaurant, and rooms for events.
The current Ateliers des Tanneurs is housed in a remarkable architectural ensemble constisting of two iconic Brussels buildings, the Palais du Vin (circa 1892), an establishment specializing in the sale of wine products in Belgium during the first half of the 20th century, and the former department stores Merchie-Pède (around 1898), which were the first department stores Brussels. Classified heritage since 2001, this ensemble is the result of many transformations.
Near Brussels South and Central Station, public transport, and hotels, the 2 heritage Halles and 4 meeting rooms, spread over 2 levels, can accommodate up to 800 people and may change according to activities and needs. The spaces are modular and complementary.