NEW MEETING ROOM AND AUDITORIUM IN A FORMER FACTORY

La Tricoterie Auditorium

So much has already happened at La Tricoterie but there are still many things to look forward to in the program. In the coming weeks, this exceptional event venue will open two new event spaces.

Before becoming a link factory…

La Tricoterie enjoys a very central and accessible position, in the heart of the commune of Saint-Gilles (Brussels). In the past, it housed a furniture factory, then later on a pasta factory, and finally a shoe factory. The venue has preserved this industrial architectural character by enhancing it within the framework of a warm and urban renovation.

New event rooms with character in the centre of Brussels

For your conferences, seminars, professional or private events, La Tricoterie can accommodate from 25 to 740 guests. The venue has 4 reception rooms and 2 outdoor areas, for more than 1200m2. And by the end of the year, brand new fully-equipped event spaces will be proposed to event organizers:

  • The Auditorium: 150 seats (opening in January 2022)
  • The Attic: 80 seats (opening in October 2021)

Exceptional in-house caterer: local, organic and fairtrade!

Here, you can cater your events with one of the coolest chef around! La Tricoterie also makes events much more sustainable with an in-house caterer who is adopting eco-friendly and sustainable choices in its daily operations: using organic, local and sustainable products as much as possible!

Images speak louder than words

Check this out! Tempting, isn’t it ? Whether you’ve a set date for your next event or you simply want further information about La Tricoterie, now is a great time to contact the venue : Xavier Campion, event@tricoterie.be

Wondering if it is the perfect fit for your event? Check out La Tricoterie capacity chart and description

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Get in touch with La Tricoterie and find out which exceptional possibilities their team has to offer you!

COVID-19 update – Make your booking with confidence. We are keeping a close watch on the situation and our spaces adapt to the circumstances. Find out more here