Fosbury & Sons new coworking office in Brussels, Belgium is unlike anything else. The Office Boitsfort was designed by Constantin Brodzki in 1970, who says he is not thrilled about the renovation. Despite this, the office is designed as if he was still in charge.
The building is the site of a former cement company, and is uniquely designed with 756 oval concrete modules that frame amber-tinted windows.
Founders Stijn Geeraets and Maarten Van Gool hired interior design firm Going East to coordinate the 75,350 square foot space into private and shared office spaces across seven floors. The eighth floor is home to a restaurant and bar with vast views of the surrounding forest.