© Muriel Thies - Trinkhall museum

THE BUILDING

Created by the architectural firm, Beguin-Massart, the building, covered in an opaline mesh with slightly rounded contours, sits like a lantern in the heart of the city. The architectural thought process has reflected the poetry, history and beauty of the place, while meeting the functional requirements of a modern museum. With more than 600m2 of exhibition space, a bookstore area, a resource centre, a meeting and educational activity area and all the necessary technical rooms for the conservation of artworks, the Trinkhall is part of a new dynamic. Its café-restaurant, with a terrace looking out onto the Parc d'Avroy, remains freely accessible to the public and adds to the conversational and sociable dimension that has characterised the place since the 19th century.

© Muriel Thies - Trinkhall museum
© Muriel Thies - Trinkhall museum
© Muriel Thies - Trinkhall museum
© Muriel Thies - Trinkhall museum
© Muriel Thies - Trinkhall museum
© Muriel Thies - Trinkhall museum
© Muriel Thies - Trinkhall museum