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CGER (now BNP Paribas offices)

Marcel Lambrichs plays an important role in the post-war modernism period of Brussels and of Leopoldville (Congo). In Brussels he designed, together with Ricquier, Groupe Alpha, H. Van Kuyck and R. Schuiten, the Brussels administrative complex and the famous Midi Tower with René Aerts, Paul Ramon, Y. Blomme, A. Bressers et Jean Van Doosselaere. The two buildings of the actual BNP Paribas illustrate a late period of Lambrichs architecture, in which he experiments with the aesthetic of prefabricated concrete façades. (Special thanks to ar[chi]pentage)

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