The Brusilia building

The Brusilia building was built from 1970 to 1974 by Belgian Architect Jacques Cuisinier at the location of the former Sports Palace of Schaerbeek.

With its 34 stories, it was the tallest all-residential building in Belgium until July 2014 (100m - 328ft high). The upper floors offer an incredible view on Brussels: on one side, the Josaphat Park; on the other, the North district, the Atomium and the domain of the Royal Castle of Laken. See some photos shot from the top floor...

The Brusilia Building is located next to the Josaphat Park in Brussels-Schaerbeek - see the access map.

From mid-December 2007, its façade was invaded for a few months by Belgian heart-flags - see the photos.