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Technical overview
Mons, Belgium, Europe
Project information
Year 2007
Architect Jean Barthelemy et Michel Poulain
Partner Helioscreen, A division of Hunter Douglas
Used materials
Fabric type Opac 6000
Fabric color 118118 - black
Fabric m²
Building type(s) Public buildings

Court of Justice

The Court of Justice in Mons was built in 1848 by architect Huriau. The site where the Court is located, has a triangular shape and is bounded by a road and military buildings. The breathtaking "Salle des Pas Perdus" looks like a cathedral and lets light enter the building in a very subtle way.