Location: Charleroi, Belgium
Date: 2019
Programme: Offices and community spaces
Client: A6K
Status: Ongoing
Area: 2200m²
Budget: 900,000€
Team: Traumnovelle (architects), Carbonifère (landscape architects), Harrisson (graphic designers)
Photography: Philippe Braquenier

Inside an unoccupied industrial building close to Charleroi train station, new working spaces for high-tech companies and start-ups and laid out according to a city grid. Twenty office spaces for eight people frame a central public space comprising communal amenities such as various meeting spaces, as well as community and leisure spaces. The central space, an indoor tropical garden, offers a different kind of community and leisure space, thus encouraging new forms of work and collaboration.

Inside an unoccupied industrial building close to Charleroi train station, new working spaces for high-tech companies and start-ups and laid out according to a city grid. Twenty office spaces for eight people frame a central public space comprising communal amenities such as various meeting spaces, as well as community and leisure spaces. The central space, an indoor tropical garden, offers a different kind of community and leisure space, thus encouraging new forms of work and collaboration.

Inside an unoccupied industrial building close to Charleroi train station, new working spaces for high-tech companies and start-ups and laid out according to a city grid. Twenty office spaces for eight people frame a central public space comprising communal amenities such as various meeting spaces, as well as community and leisure spaces. The central space, an indoor tropical garden, offers a different kind of community and leisure space, thus encouraging new forms of work and collaboration.

Inside an unoccupied industrial building close to Charleroi train station, new working spaces for high-tech companies and start-ups and laid out according to a city grid. Twenty office spaces for eight people frame a central public space comprising communal amenities such as various meeting spaces, as well as community and leisure spaces. The central space, an indoor tropical garden, offers a different kind of community and leisure space, thus encouraging new forms of work and collaboration.
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