The building known as “Mondrian”, rises on an architectural cluster of the 1900s. It is one of the offices of the European Commission used since its valorization in early 2000, as operational base for the activities of Research and Development.
The asset is close to the Toison d’Or, or “Golden Fleece”, in one of the most central and prestigious areas of the city. In the heart of the Léopold neighborhood, the so-called EU district.
The building was named after the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, major artist of the 1900s, pioneer of the abstract painting.