We can’t keep it a secret any longer: Newly opened Quartier Papier now joined Brussels Special Venues
Quartier Papier is no ordinary industrial building. When you enter into this heritage universe, you are much impressed by the décor with clear lines furniture and colors, giving a bright, minimalistic and warm ambiance in spacious rooms.
The industrial building counts three floors and has an outdoor space. With more than 800m² event space, Quartier Papier offers a capacity of up to 400 guests in three spacious halls, spread over three floors, making it possible to set up different configurations and programs.
This makes the location ideal for (inter)national conferences & meetings, corporate events, press events, receptions and dinners.
With its spectacular atmosphere, Quartier Papier offers an exciting, imaginative setting for just about any event you can dream up!
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