Etages FLOOR A raw space immersed in daylight for your unusual events back to Units

The Wild Gallery has 1 extra floor. This raw space has the shape of a huge L with a surface of 1.500m², plus another, smaller space called the Breakout Room.

The architectural concept offers many possibilities for the layout of these spaces.

The clean design is reflected in the concrete floor and white brick walls. The many windows along the façade will provide incredible daylight during your events.

The white concrete beams create a unique geometry in these spaces, which are worthy of a New York loft. This open space of 1.500m² is unique in Brussels!

The floor offers you the possibility to create your wildest dreams for an unusual event.

It is also highly appreciated by producers to host advertising shoots, music videos or photo shoots.


The floor at a glance


1500 m² of space
Breakout room of 150 m²


3m40 under beams

At the Wild Gallery, everything is possible!

Let your imagination run wild

Let your imagination run wild and visualize your next project by comparing the photos below. On the left is a photo of the empty space and on the right one of the same space, but during an event.

Here are a few possibilities for the layout of the floor. Let yourself be inspired by events that already took place at the Wild Gallery!

The large room

The breakout room

The first floor can be used on its own or in addition to the ground floor as additional space. It is perfect for your trade shows for example.

This floor directly accessible from the basement car park, which will allow your guests to access this space without having to access the ground floor.

The freight elevator is available to bring your materials and equipment upstairs.

Opposite the large room is a smaller room called the Breakout Room. This room can be used for a workshop, as break-out room to complement the ground floor Units or as a space for the caterer if required. This room is also immersed in natural light. Toilets are also present on the first floor.

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