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Architecture dpt.

CASINO MADELEINE

OBJECT REMODELING OF THE 'SALLE MADELEINE' INTO A CASINO

LOCATION RUE DUQUESNOY - 1000 BRUSSELS

PHASE ACHIEVED

CLIENT CAIH SA

PARTNERS M&R ENGINEERING

The 'Salle de la Madeleine' and the 'Bortier Gallery' were originally built by the architect Cluysenaer in 1847, in a very personal style and almost industrially related to the neoclassicism of the first half of the 19th century.

 

The complex that has become the Casino Madeleine includes: a large hall called the 'Salle Dusquenoy', a projection room called 'Salle Saint-Jean', and the 'Galerie Bortier', having a sperated access than the Casino.

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​© 2018 by ÁRTER Architects

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