Flagey

A SHIP-SHAPED ART DECO BUILDING

Flagey is a ship-shaped art deco building designed by architect Joseph Diongre in 1938 for the Belgian Radio Broadcasting Institute. Its conception took into account the stringent technical and acoustic requirements of the period and gained international recognition and attracted prominent musicians for concerts, festivals and recording sessions. In 1974 the Belgian Radio Institute left the building. It was entirely renovated in 2002 and re-opened to the public. 

In addition to the two beautiful concert halls and the cinema hall, this building of art deco style offers many reception areas of different sizes as well as state-of the-art technical equipment for all kinds of events. On top of its cultural activities Flagey also opens its halls to offer its services to private users and companies wanting to organise events: private concerts, conferences, congresses, receptions, gala dinners….

VENUE STYLE : Art Deco
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