The Guillemins station has started its colo

Commuters from Liège who take up the collar again in the second half of August risk being surprised: the Guillemins station has begun to change in appearance. The vast white glass roof designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava will gradually cover colored panels. It is a temporary installation, planned to last a year, created by the plastic artist Daniel Buren, the man of the columns of the courtyard of honor of the royal palace, in the French capital. It should be complete by mid-October, but flyers have now started placing the green, red and yellow translucent vinyls.

It is a project led by businessman, art collector and patron Stéphane Uhoda. The budget is between a third and a half million.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.