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Antwerp, Belgium
2015 — 2019
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Watt

Working Apart, Thinking Together: a tower of creativity.

The WATT Tower is a building constructed in 1958 by the legendary Belgian architect Léon Stynen. It housed Belgium’s largest national electricity supplier for decades.

The tower is situated in the ‘Harmonie’ area in Antwerp

Fosbury & Sons

Serge, Stijn and Maarten © Frederik Vercruysse

Studio Job realised a colourful immersive installation in the atrium of a modernist building, which has been transformed into a contemporary office space.

“With WATT we want to create a contemporary, lively place where creativity and innovation cross paths and where networking and co-creation are central.”

Everything was stripped down to its rough concrete bones and combined with wood, steel, glass, textiles, and lush greenery. In the process, 3.000m2 of concrete became Fosbury & Sons.

Fosbury & Sons
Fosbury & Sons
Fosbury & Sons

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