The Modernization of Brussels, Belgium's De Brouckère Metro Station by @globalsiteplans

The center of Brussels , Belgium will not look the same in several years; that much is certain. The project to make the city more pedestrian friendly will, without a doubt, revolutionize the main boulevards. But other work will also shake up the center, like, for example, the renovation of the De Brouckère metro station , which has just received the green light from the City of Brussels. De Brouckère is the station where one gets off to go see entertainment for the New Year on Dec. 31, both pyrotechnic shows and other spectacles. It is a strategic point in the STIB metro network, but it is also a somber and rather outdated stop. The station will be entirely remodeled over the next few years. The work will start with the installation of a dozen skylights. These will bring some natural light to the ticketing room and the platforms during the day as well as some light to the ...

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