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The deSingel site is truly impressive - like an arts city on the outskirts of Antwerp - that comprises two architectural masterpieces. In 2010, the original building by the architect Léon Stynen (1899-1990) was joined by a design by Stéphane Beel (1955). There is perfect symbiosis between the two buildings: they each have their own identity, yet show complete respect for one another.
The most important users are deSingel international arts campus and Antwerp's Royal Conservatoire. In addition, a great many other ensembles and educational and research institutions make use of this marvellous infrastructure.

The deSingel site is truly impressive - like an arts city on the outskirts of Antwerp - that comprises two architectural masterpieces. In 2010, the original building by the architect Léon Stynen (1899-1990) was joined by a design by Stéphane Beel (1955). There is perfect symbiosis between the two buildings: they each have their own identity, yet show complete respect for one another.

The most important users are deSingel international arts campus and Antwerp's Royal Conservatoire. In addition, a great many other ensembles and educational and research institutions make use of this marvellous infrastructure.