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Regent Park | Architecture by Xavier Lust
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Regent Park | Architecture by Xavier Lust
Regent Park | Architecture by Xavier Lust
Regent Park | Architecture by Xavier Lust

Regent Park - Architecture

Featured In Brussels, Belgium

Xavier Lust's outdoor screen and furniture in interior garden and on roof terrace of Regent Park
The office building Régent 35 - Loi 13 was completed in June 2016. The location of the property is remarkable, situated at the intersection between Rue de la Loi and Boulevard du Régent, within 100 m from the Royal Park and the Prime Minister’s office.
The interior garden is a natural spot in the heart of the office space, while the terrace offers panoramic views opening onto the Royal park and the city centre. Both areas can easily accommodate external events and complete this high-quality project. This is certainly one of the most prestigious office buildings in Brussels.

Item Regent Park
Created by Xavier Lust
As seen in Brussels, Brussels, Belgium
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Wescover creator since 2019
His work is clearly identifiable through the visible tension he gives to his objects. In his designs he manages to express what seems impossible. It's seems as though his works are not created; they are born.

Born in 1969, he studies interior design at Institut Saint Luc before opening his own Studio in Brussels. In 2000 Xavier Lust start to design for MDF Italia, an ongoing relationship which was the start of his collaboration with leading international producers such as Driade, De Padova, Cerruti Baleri, Fiam, Extremis…
At the same time he continues to create pieces of Art-design, pièce unique or limited editions represented by the best galleries in the sector: Galerie du Passage (Paris), Nilufar (Milan), Ralph Pucci (USA)...
He has received of dozens of awards including Compasso d'Oro ‘s special mention. His work has appeared in over 50 exhibitions and is a regular feature in international design publications. He is a regularly invited guest lecturer at leading art and design institutions around the world.