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.
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.