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The Lebeau building fills the entire block between the Royal library, Rue Paille and Rue Lebeau. It is scheduled for total demolition, with the exception of the former ‘Hotel Telephonique’ that will be preserved.

The site was in use by former state owned telephone company Belgacom (now Proximus), and contained datacenters, offices, workshops, a canteen and other functions. Several parts had been renovated or modified in different moments, resulting in a very heteroclite collection of finishing materials. Few of the more noteworthy historical building materials had been preserved. Many tiles and marbles had been painted over, parquet floors were covered with a raised floor.

We salvaged a truckload of black marble with white veins, characteristic blue wall tiles in porcelain, as well as more contemporary materials. Materials will be added to our website as we process them.

Related products:

  • Network and power plug console

     4,99 44 available
  • White wall tiles ‘Made in France’

     5,99 /m2 15 available
  • Toilet lock in stainless steel

     17,00 /pair 41 available
  • Door lever and key rosette in stainless steel

     19,00 /pair 13 available
  • Enamelled wall tiles ca.1970

     29,00 /m2 13 available
  • Bathroom sink

     39,00 /pc. 4 available
  • Batch of pink wall tiles ‘Made in France’ (+/- 4,6 sqm)

     39,00 / batch 1 available
  • Bathroom sink

     39,00 /pc. 12 available
  • Sale!

    Stainless steel hand rails

     58,00 available
  • White foldable handle bar “Linido” with floor mount

     59,00 2 available
  • Bathroom sink Keramac

     59,00 /pc. 1 available
  • Bathroom sink Duravit

     59,00 /pc. 2 available

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