We’ve made a home for ourselves in this modernistic cathedral by Léon Stynen. A building we’ve transformed and continue to transform into a true creative hub in the city of Antwerp. A building that listens to the name of…
WATT stands for Working Apart Thinking Together.
But more than an abbreviation, WATT refers to the history of the building,
designed in 1958 by Léon Stynen for Electrabel (then known as E.B.E.S.).
Stynen — a contemporary of Theo van Doesburg (de Stijl), Walter Gropius (Bauhaus), and Le Corbusier — tackled this building like he did every other of his architectural endeavors, with a modernistic functionality. Framed in concrete with a floor to ceiling view of the Albert park on the first floor, the building houses ten floors of potential. Ten floors of creative playground to work in, to grow in, to connect in.
Where to find us
We provide an indoor private parking for members at:
For events we can provide extra outdoor parking:
Tram 2, 6, 7, and 15
Bus 17, 191, 507
The nearest 'Velo' stations are: 'Harmonie', 'De Merode', and 'Haringrode'
Fosbury & Sons is expanding
We're opening our second Fosbury & Sons location in 2018.
The place to be, well that would be Brussels.
If you're interested in renting office space with us or becoming a member
at our new location then contact Mr. Esger. If you know of a company that
might suit us or would like to join then shoot us a line with their info.