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This year once more, the Heritage Fund will present its recent acquisitions at the BRAFA: works by Philippe Wolfers and Edgard Jacobs, Art Nouveau ceramic tiles and a unique view of Brussels during the 17th century. Come and see them at our stand between January 27th and 4th February 2018!

With the Zero Emissions Château project, the ASBL Domaine de Freÿr aims to reduce the ecological footprint of the château’s buildings and gardens. Various renovations will limit energy consumption and treat effluent.

A large-scale drainage operation is underway for the pond at Boneffe. It will enable this nature site, of great biological interest and listed as one of the Natura 2000 sites, to recover its former appearance and fish population.

The Heritage Fund has acquired the first ever Art Nouveau style bookbinding made in Belgium. The work, by Henry van de Velde, can now be seen by everyone at the Bibliotheca Wittockiana, Brussels.

The work of two important Belgian artists now preserved in Belgium and made accessible, thanks to the unprecedented collaboration of the Wolfers family, the Royal Museums of Art and History and the King Baudouin Foundation!