La Loge, situated in the heart of Brussels, around the corner from the Avenue Louise, is a unique heritage site.

Originally a Masonic temple, this historic building is defined by its singular character: designed by modernist architects Fernand Bodson and Louis van Hooveld and built in 1934, the building is part of a four-building complex by the same architects. Together, these buildings form one of the city’s architectural treasures.

Art Déco in style, the temple is sober and elegant, very far in fact from the heavy Egyptian style that had for so long served as the main source of inspiration in the conception of Masonic temples.
La Loge’s architectural heritage offers an intimate and attractive environment for your events.

Its high ceilings and its sparsely decorated interiors make it an agreeable and open space that can be easily adapted to your needs.
Adjoining the main hall are smaller spaces that can easily be converted into a reception area, a coat check or even a utility room for your caterer.

La Loge is ideally located between the Avenue Louise and the Place Flagey.

Now available to rent, La Loge is an exceptional place that will give a unique standing to your event.

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