The Royale Belge former headquarters is a functionalist building from 1967 to 1970, located in Watermael-Boitsfort (Brussels).
The cross-shaped design is by René Stapels and Pierre Dufau, who were inspired, among other things, by the John Deere World Headquarters of Eero Saarinen (Moline, Illinois). The building is 50.80 meters high and has a floor space of 54,000 square meters. The exterior consists of corten steel and bronze-colored smoke-colored windows. Thanks to the landscape architects Jean Delogne and Claude Rebold, the whole is harmoniously planted between ponds and greenery.
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