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Patinoire Royale

Brussels
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The Patinoire Royale in Brussels, built in 1877, was formerly a showroom space for vintage cars. After acquiring the venue, the owners called on Pierre Yovanovitch to transform this historic landmark into a gallery space. The main objective of the project was to link the different floors together: the basement, the nave and the first floor. Pierre Yovanovitch implemented two imposing staircases and created an open concept space, allowing the interior architecture to set the stage for the exhibited artworks.

Type
Exhibition space
Year
2015
Location
Patinoire Royale, Brussels, Belgium

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