The Rubens House, ready for the future
The Rubens House renews
The Rubens House has been working behind the scenes for quite some time to build its future. Over the course of its 75-year existence, the pressure on the museum and its garden has increased significantly. With an extensive master plan, the Rubens House aims to improve its infrastructure.
The master plan includes the construction of a new building at Hopland 13, which will house facilities such as a reception area, an experiential center, a museum café, and the internationally acclaimed library of the Rubenianum. Additionally, a new routing system will be implemented to enhance and deepen the understanding of Rubens' work and life. Furthermore, the museum garden will be redesigned, and the artist's residence will undergo thorough restoration.
Blue developed the accompanying vision document to inform all stakeholders.
Images: Ans Brys, Sigrid Spinnox, Tim Van de Velde, Robbrecht en Daem architecten, G2 Architectural Graphics, KIK/IRPA, KMSKA