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Brussels Architecture Tours

Belgian Architecture Guides – Building Walks tailor made for groups visiting Belgium

post updated 22 Mar 2020

Brussels Architecture Walking Tours

Book your city guide: isabelle(at)e-architect.co.uk

Brussels Architecture Tour: Exclusive Guided Walks – Introduction

e-architect have architectural tour guides in most of the key cities across Europe.

Our Brussels guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in Brussels are all exclusive to each client.

Le Toison d’Or, 2016, building designed by UNStudio:
Le Toison Dor Brussels Architecture Tours
photography © Hufton+Crow © Eva Bloem
Le Toison d’Or Brussels Building

Should you be planning a conference, an office trip, or university trip in Brussels please contact us and we would be happy to take your booking.

Brussels is the largest Belgian city and the capital of Belgium. It is located roughly in the centre of the country, close to the North Sea. The city has a wealth of good contemporary architecture, all possible to visit on our Brussels Architecture Tours. Recent key openings include the -:

Bruxelles Gare du Midi designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel:
Bruxelles Gare du Midi Brussels building
image © Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Bruxelles Gare du Midi

Famous architects with buildings in the city include Jean Nouvel and sca Architectes Associés. Other key architects with work in the city include ATELIER BRÜCKNER and PARK Associati.

Brussels Walking Tours

Brussels Architectural Tours can focus on historical buildings, contemporary buildings or a mixture of both. The Brussels Architecture Tour is typically an introduction to the city’s newest buildings, but it can be tailored to your group’s interests, for example social housing or retail interiors.

Brussels Architecture – Key Buildings

NEO 2 building design by KCAP Architects&Planners:
NEO 2 Brussels Architecture Tours
image Courtesy architecture office
NEO 2 Brussels Building

We can provide limited advice for Walking Tours of Brussels about types and areas of buildings in the capital of Belgium. Our guides for the Brussels Architectural Tours should be able to meet your needs and interests.

Solvay Office Building design by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects:
Solvay Headquarters Brussels Architecture Tours
image Courtesy architecture office
Solvay Headquarters Brussels Building

We can provide information on programme, geographical areas and building types up to a year ahead of your architectural walking tour. For example a group of architects interested in innovative Belgian housing or office buildings could be provided with tailored information allowing an architectural tour programme to be agreed prior to their visit to Belgium.

Our guides typically meet visitors at the starting point of their Belgian walking tour, but by request might be able to meet them from the airport or their accommodation.

e-architect also offer combined tours with Rotterdam, Amsterdam or Paris.

Brussels Architectural Walking Tours

Contact e-architect to arrange your architectural tour of the Belgian capital: isabelle(at)e-architect.co.uk / mob. +44 (0)7952 149814

Architecture Tours

e-architect also organise architecture walking tours in other cities such as Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Berlin, London, Barcelona and Paris.

Architecture Tours – city walks

Belgian Architecture Designs – chronological list

Port House Antwerp by Zaha Hadid Architects
photo © Helene Binet
Port House Antwerp Building by Zaha Hadid Architects

Location: Brussels, Belgium, Europe

Belgian Architecture

Belgian Building News

Barco One Kortrijk, Belgium Headquarters Building, West Flanders by Jaspers-Eyers Architects:
Barco One Kortrijk, Belgium Headquarters Building
image from architects

Belgian Architecture

Belgian Buildings

Belgian Building Designs

Belgian Architect Studios – design office listings

Belgian Museum Building
Hergé Museum Belgium Building
photo © Nicolas Borel

Selection of key recent architectural designs in the Belgian capital city featured on e-architect:

Le Toison d’Or building design by UNStudio, Architects:
Le Toison Dor Brussels Building
photography © Hufton+Crow © Eva Bloem
Le Toison d’Or Brussels Building

Multisensory Railway Museum building design by Lightemotion:
Multisensory Railway Museum Builidng Brussels
photograph : Marie-Francoise Plissart
Multisensory Railway Museum in Brussels

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