Rotor Deconstruction facilitates the reuse of construction materials.

Rotor Deconstruction is a pioneering company in the field of salvaged building components.
Our team dismantles, conditions and sells materials, as well as providing assistance to building owners, contractors and architects on the subject.


Une histoire belge


A new method for reusing ceramic tiles

Up to 85% less impact than equivalent new tiles


Glazed office partitions

Always at least 60% cheaper than new.



Incoming: Tiles from ‘Kinderdorp Molenberg’ ca. 1948

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Kinderdorp Molenberg is a building complex in Lanaken, surrounded by a forest. The first plans were made by Koninklijke Openluchtwerken Limburg in 1948, shortly after the second world war. The project was for a center for 'weakened children' with a…

Inspiration: Restaurant ‘Brut’ by Design with Sense

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Conceived by Design With Sense, this restaurant is made of 95% reclaimed materials. Marble cladding, wood from a roof structure, heating tubing, ... many of the materials were furnished by RotorDC, including the repurposed table legs. Images:  © Ad Vitam…

Inspiration: Interior for Brussels’ Bouwmeester by LambrechtsMullervanderSchans

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Reuse of wall tiles from the Solvay building in the offices of Perspective Brussels. The project concerns the spatial and interior design of the ground floor of the new office space of Perspective Brussels. It is the result of a…

Incoming: Doors from Bain de Saint Josse (Bytebier & Schaessens, 1933)

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During the recently completed renovation of the historic swimming pool of Saint Josse, a number of doors became redundant. Design: AAC Architecture Commissioner: Commune de Saint Josse Available products Other notable buildings:

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