Middelheim Museum Pavilion
A former trainee of Le Corbusier, Renaat Braem was the architect for the design of the main pavilion. Tucked between trees and sculptures by Auguste Rodin among others, the pavilion opened in 1971 to protect some of the more vulnerable artworks from the elements. Braem's bright white, single-space design features one fully glazed wall and sculptural forms. Everything from the door handles to the furniture was designed by the architect. The pavilion now host temporary exhibitions.