Construction and renovation projects are being carried out in order to improve the building’s accessibility.
15 October 2019
Everything is ready for The World of Bruegel in Black and White!
18 September 2019
The panels opposite the entrance to the general reading room have been removed. Sunlight is streaming in and, to the left, you can see the new lift.
2 September 2019
We are working on the lighting in the rotunda of the Palace of Charles of Lorraine.
23 July 2019
The exhibition is beginning to take shape. The display cases for the prints have been installed: a metamorphosis is taking place inside the rooms of the Palace of Charles of Lorraine.
15 July 2019
New access ramps, new ceilings: we are working hard on a new passageway between the two parts of the building. The corridor to the Archives et Musée de la Littérature (AML) on the third floor is also getting a makeover.
3 July 2019
The exhibition space is still getting its much needed make-over, but we are also preparing the next step: the setup of The World of Bruegel in Black and White. The displays for the prints are under construction, as well as walls and other visual elements. Things are looking very promising indeed.
28 June 2019
9 May 2019
Demolition works have started. The noise can be disruptive at times, especially as works are taking place near the General Reading Room. This is an inevitable part of the renovation project. We do everything we can to finish this part of the works as soon as possible.
2 May 2019
Preparations are in full swing.
One of the Coronelli globes has to be moved: it has been on display near the entrance for years. With a diameter of 113 cm, moving this object is quite a logistical challenge…
Voor de infrastructuurwerken in KBR moest ook een van de globes van Vincenzo Coronelli, waar elke bezoeker voorbij wandelt, verhuisd worden. Met zijn diameter van 113 cm geen evidentie.Dans le cadre des travaux d’infrastructure de KBR, un des globes de Vincenzo Coronelli, devant lequel chaque visiteur passait à l’entrée au Mont des Arts, a été déménagé. Avec un diamètre de 113 cm, voilà qui n’a pas été une mince affaire…Suivez les travaux | volg de werken: www.kbr.be.
Geplaatst door KBR op Woensdag 17 april 2019
Work is progressing quickly.