Adrien Blomme built this edifice in 1922 for Benezra, a company in oriental tapestry. It's one of the first Art Deco buildings in Belgium, with a modernistic accent due to the sober design.
Adrien Blomme considered himself as a modernist and he was interested in new architectural trends. This remarkable façade with a minimum of decorative elements reflects the interior.
The interior responds completely to the original commercial function of the building.
This building is important for the further evolution of Blomme's work.