Gare Maritime in Dezeen magazine

Gare Maritime in Brussels turned into a timber shopping centre

Neutelings Riedijk Architects and Bureau Bouwtechniek have converted a railway station in Brussels into a mixed-use development, which is the largest cross-laminated timber project in Europe. 

Jan de Moffarts Architects, Bureau Bouwtechniek, Ney & Partners and Boydens undertook the restoration of the old railway sheds. The riveted lattice girders and three-hinge trusses have been carefully restored and, in certain places, reinforced.

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