The house and offices of the Belgian architect Renaat Braem. In the 30's of the past century he worked as a trainee at the office of Le Corbusier. Braem is considered the most important architect of modern architecture in Belgium. The Renaat Braem house is a splendid example of the architecture of the fifties. Corresponding to the spirit of times the architect Renaat Braem chose for a modern design: sober, uniform and pure. In the interior he combined a functional classification to a resourceful palette of colours.
A visit to the Renaat Braem House is only available as a guided tour and takes about one hour and half. Reservation obliged.
Individual visitors: every Saturday at 14h00. Groups (min. 10, max. 15): day and hour by appointment.
Tel.: 03/314.58.49 (Renaat Braem Huis)
Admission: adults € 6; students € 3
How to get there?
Tram 8 from Groenplaats and Station Berchem to terminus Eksterlaar.
Tram 11 from Korte Nieuwstraat/Melkmarkt, Gemeentestraat (Centraal Station) and Station Berchem to terminus Eksterlaar