Belgian Beer Palace, Brussels
The Belgian Beer Palace will be entirely dedicated to Belgian beer culture. Within the old Stock Exchange nearby the Grand-Place, a wide range of cultural activities around the brewing industry will be offered to both tourists and locals.
Renovation/Transformation Belgian Beer Palace.
Location Brussels, Belgium.
Project Cost 25 million €.
Time Frame Design: 2015-2016. Construction: 2017-2018. Opening: 2023.
Owner Régie Foncière of the City of Brussels.
Seat Count The complex will be built around the large hall of the former Stock Exchange. It will include a reception area, a Belgian beer experience centre, a restaurant, a brasserie, seminar rooms, a specialised beer shop, a panoramic terrace and the archaeological site Bruxella 1238s. Total area 11 318 m².
Uses Exhibitions and events around the brewing industry culture will be organised. Seminars and archaeological site activities.
Services Comprehensive acoustic consulting services including acoustic concept, design and construction supervision. Noise and vibrations control, integration of acoustics materials especially in the nave. And integration, within the various zones of the buiding architecture, of personalised soundscaping design.
Team Yann Jurkiewicz, Thomas Wulfrank, Kahle Acoustics.