Many co-working concepts claim to make you feel at home; however, often, this remains an empty marketing message that isn’t backed up by space realities. Fosbury & Sons is a co-working brand that really does deliver on that promise.
After establishing their first Antwerp location, the three founders Serge Hannecart, Stijn Geeraets, and Maarten Van Gool, set their eyes on a modernist building in Brussels. The 1970’s building established the Italian-born architect Constantin Brodzki as one of Belgium’s most innovative architects. This office building’s architecture is unlike anything we have seen before with its oval-shaped windows and amber-tinted glazing.
The interiors for this Fosbury & Sons location are designed by interiors studio Going East. Michiel Mertens and Anaïs Torfs selected their palette based on the materials already present in the original design by Brodzki: the greys of the speckled concrete, the golden tones of the wood floors, and the cherry wood of cabinets. The result is an amazing balance between cool and warm materials. All furnishings have been handpicked by the designers, sourced internationally, and with the mindset of designing a home.