The 21er Haus – Museum of Contemporary Art was built in 1958 by the Austrian architect Karl Schwanzer (1918-1975) as a pavilion or temporary showroom for the Universal Exhibition in Brussels. Schwanzer had won the Federal Government’s competition, in which he had prevailed over such competitors as…
contemporary art in a famous building, which was part of the Expo 58 in Brussels.
Behind the museum you fond the restaurant "DOTS" where you can eat during the day and have drinks in the evening. There is also a dancefloor.