ADAM - Brussels Design Museum

The ADAM - Brussels Design Museum is dedicated to the design of the 20th century and today. It was opened after the purchase by the Atomium of the Plasticarium collection. This collection was created by the Brussels collector Philippe Decelle since the 1980s. Around 500 objects are displayed in the halls of the permanent exhibition of the ADAM. Items that were part of our daily life which now have become icons of a time.

Supplemented with a program of temporary exhibitions, the ADAM also highlights other aspects of design and its impact on society and our daily lives. This can be anything: an image collection or a theme. Different forms of design from different periods and materials.

When you buy a ticket for the Atomium, entrance to the ADAM is included.

Location:
Trade Mart Brussels, Belgiëplein 1, 1020 Brussels, Belgium.
Close to the Atomium (150 m).

Website: adamuseum.be



Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


Plasticarium collection in ADAM - Brussels Design Museum


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Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

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