The architecture of the Destelheide building complex is a mix of glass, concrete & wood, set in the middle of the green outskirts of Brussels.

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Discover the story behind the architecture of Destelheide

Destelheide is a modern complex of buildings with a bold architectural mix of glass, concrete and wood.

The extraordinary architecture of this building complex fits perfectly into the extensive and natural domain amidst the green outskirts of Brussels.

Destelheide was built between 1964 and 1971 by architect Paul Felix.

Reassuringly, after working intensively for almost 50 years, Destelheide still guarantees an inspiring and stimulating living climate of which creativity is the heartbeat.

Discover the animation movie about the architecture of Destelheide, made by Roman Klochkov

“The Master Plan should reinforce the idea of an artistic enclave. A place where, away from the ordinary world, you can work and learn in peace. We want to increase the comfort of your stay and make the quality of our services even better.”

Guy Uyttebroeck, director Destelheide

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