Tag: sculpture

Humming of bees in the museum

In the next few years the National Bank building, dating from the 19th century, will undergo a major transformation.

Out of the attic and into the museum – showcasing our collections

Following the Museum’s temporary move to boulevard de Berlaimont, the decision was taken to showcase certain items from the collection that fit best into the new museum space or which had simply not yet been shown to the public.

The National Bank of Belgium and its modern architecture

The Brussels North-South connection is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2012. The long-awaited railway link between the stations of Brussels South (Midi) and Brussels North was inaugurated on 4 October 1952 by the young King Baudouin. It was in this context that the National Bank had a new building constructed for its offices in the Boulevard de Berlaimont.