visits / exhibition

La Loge

© Lola Pertsowski

Designed by architects Fernand Bodson and Louis Van Hooveld, this lodge for the Masonic order Le Droit Humain was built in 1934. The sober ochre-brick façade has a sophisticated structure. The irregular corner plot also inspired the architects in the interior layout, with the use of chamfered corners and oblique perspectives, accompanied by the refined use of materials, such as the terrazzo flooring decorated with black mosaics featuring symbolic motifs. From 1984, the lodge became an archive and study centre and then a museum, the Musée des Archives d'Architecture Moderne (AAM). Following alterations, the building was restored in 2001-2002 by architect Elie Levy and Brussels-based Ekla Architects & Designers. In 2012, La Loge was converted into a space dedicated to architecture, contemporary art, music and reflection. It hosts exhibitions and events designed to foster dialogue between audiences and speakers, whether they be architects, artists or thinkers.

‘Connivéncia’, an Elsa Brès exhibition, open on Saturday and Sunday from 13:00 to 18:00.

Practical information

Sat. & Sun. 10:00 to 18:00

Rue de l'Ermitage/Kluisstraat 86 – Ixelles/Elsene

Reservation only for guided tours

Non accessible

Non accessible