Architects devise an interior ‘city’ within a Brussels monument – Europe’s largest project utilizing

Gare Maritime, a landmark in the Belgian capital, has been turned into a sustainable space for work and retail by Neutelings Riedijk Architects and Bureau Bouwtechniek.

Once Europe’s largest railway station for goods, now its preeminent site showcasing the potential of building with cross-laminated timber (CLT): Gare Maritime, built in the 20th century, continues to make history.

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