We recently concluded the dismantling of large quantities of materials in the iconic Brussels North Station. Several hundreds of square meters of ceramic tiles will soon be processed to remove all traces of cement. From this site, there will also be large quantities of marble, 1930’s light fixtures, handrails and much more.
The building was erected in different periods and involved several architectural teams.
– Construction in 1952: Paul & Jacques Saintenoy + Jean Hendrickx Vanden Bosch
– Extension 1974-1982: Groupe Structures
– Extension 1992: von Vittorelli, Ferriere en Van Campenhout
Handrail from Brussels North Station in wood29€ / meter available
Carrara marble floor tiles from Brussel North Station (50*50*3 cm)€ 16,00 / tile 84 available
Dark yellow ceramic tiles ‘Cerabati’ from Brussel North Station (150 mm)€ 59,00 /m2 26 available
Batch of light yellow ceramic tiles “Welkenraedt” from Brussel North Station (4 sqm)€ 156,00 / batch 1 available