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Reference projects

Limestone project: Moca Cream cladding of Quatuor building

Project Profile

Building Type: Commercial
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Material: Moca Creme Classic
Applications: Exterior wall cladding; Interior wall coverings


The Quatuor building is a reference project that is under construction, which was designed by architects Jaspers-Eyers. This is a beautiful building composed by 4 different towers interconnected, which will host mostly office space, shopping areas, restaurants and more.

This reference building involved the supply of over 15.000m2 of Moca Creme limestone from Portugal to cover all its external cladding, which together with the glass presents an impressive look. The project is planned to be finished early 2021 and is set to become a a reference building in Brussels, but also another reference cladding project using the unique Moca Creme limestone from Portugal.





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