Memorial Roi Baudouin - Bellevue Museum


The principal creation of the architects was the large atrium that provides a forum and reception area and increases the museum space. It utilises an area between the farthest end of the Palais Royal and the rear of the buildings on the Place Royale. The intelligent proportions of the glass panels, assembled using a lightweight structure, succeed in ensuring an attractive integration into the classical architectural form.

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