Noa Moon

When we met Manon for the first time a few years ago, we never thought that this shy little face was hiding such a voice … Yet, under the pseudo Noa Moon this 21 year-old Brussels artist is releas...

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The Plasticarium is one of those hidden places that make you love Brussels! Who could imagine that this 500 m2 house in the center of the capital hides the world’s largest collection of plastic objects?  We owe this crafts museum to its passionate creator: Philippe Decelle who, by picking up plastic furniture in the streets in 1987, started his collection going back to the pop period (1960-1973).

He can now boast on possessing one of the five plastic office desks of Georges Pompidou (our photo) among the thousands of objects spread over the three floors of his house. On the first floor you will find the “Design” collection, on the second floor the post-68 “fun” collection, and on the third floor the most recent period with among others the creations of César and Starck.  The special feature of this museum is that it can only be visited  occasionally and by groups of minimum ten people but this makes it even more unique!

The Plasticarium is currently in the middle of a move so we will inform you of its new address very soon!


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placeRue Locquenghien, 35 - 1000 Bruxelles-Ville

phone+32 (0)2 344 98 21

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