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


Strappy, our modular shelf system


Glazed office partitions

Always at least 60% cheaper than new.



Incoming: WTC I and II by Groupe Structures and others, 1972-1976

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The World Trade Center of Brussels, Belgium is a complex of skyscrapers at the corner of Albert II Boulevard and Simon Bolivar Boulevard in the Northern Quarter central business district of Brussels. Its three towers are among the tallest buildings…

Gemeenteschool 2, Evere, ca. 1930

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As part of the renovation of the Everheide School in Evere, a 1930s building will be demolished and replaced. The architects took great care in making sure a maximum quantity of materials were salvaged, by specifying reuse targets in the…

Reinstallation of 1940’s tiles in Tivoli RTT building

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More than 1,5 year ago, we demounted a large quantity of ceramic tiles from the 1940s in the former RTT Building in Tivoli (Laken). The tiles were cleaned and graded in our workshop and have recently been delivered back to…

Incoming: wood from Bowling Meibloem, Gent

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Over the past few weeks, in collaboration with demolition contractor BSV, we have organised the extraction of the wooden bowling alleys on the Meibloem site in Gent. The long slabs have arrived at our warehouse and will be cut in…

Coups de Coeur from our store

  • Glass pendant light ‘Lantern’ striped

    4 available
  • floor in solid oak 23mm (94 mm wide)

     55,00 / m2
    35 available
  • Ceramic plinth by CGOB (153mm, 19mm)

     8,00 /m1
    63 available
  • Ceiling light ca. 1990 by Peter Zegers for DZ Light

    9 available

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