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As part of the Brussels World's Fair of 1958, architects Maxime Brunfaut, Géo Bontinck and Joseph Moutschen were appointed to design a brand new airport infrastructure. This building was erected in a very short space of time in 1957-1958, as it needed to be ready in time to welcome the visitors to the Brussels World's Fair of 1958.
After the new terminal and Pier B opened in 1994 and Pier A was brought into operation in 2002, the old airport building designed by Brunfaut, Bontinck and Moutschen was almost completely decommissioned at the turn of the century.
The Skyhall building is a major landmark symbol of the airport, which reflects Belgium’s forward-looking vision. In 1958, it was intended to give the country a modern and efficient communication tool and a link to the rest of the world. The airport was a paragon to the World’s Fair visitors. It was designed to deliver a response to the commercial and economic needs of the post-war period.
Today, it remains as a link and a gateway to the future. Whilst conserving its unique architectural appeal steeped in the Golden Sixties, the building is being redeveloped and modernised to meet modern-day needs.
This iconic building could soon be hosting your next event.