The ADAM - Brussels Design Museum is a space dedicated to design from the 20th and 21st centuries.

Established after the Atomium’s acquisition of the Plastic Design Collection in December 2014, the ADAM - Brussels Design Museum offers an innovative and surprising insight on the plastic design from the fifties to the present (permanent exhibition / Plastic Design Collection) and on other forms of design through other periods, expressions, materials and themes (temporary exhibitions).

The ADAM - Brussels Design Museum is also an auditorium with about 400 seats and an educational and cultural service with activities designed for children, teens and school groups. Lectures and screenings, in connection with the themes that are explored, enrich the museum’s program of activities.

Through exhibitions, guided tours, workshops and lectures, the ADAM -  Brussels Design Museum aims to ensure that design is intelligible to one and all.


The architectural design was conceived and carried out by Lhoas & Lhoas Architectes. To achieve the successful completion of the ADAM project, Lhoas & Lhoas architectes have formed a partnership with museographer Thierry Belenger (specialist in 20th century design) and Alexandra Midal (design theoretician and historian).
The project is built with 10 principles in mind such as: making best use of the existing qualities, outside and inside; organising functions around existing structures; a simple, adaptable and reliable exhibition system; integrating stock into the exhibition; conceptual links between the objects; standard simple materials to let the colourful collection stand out.

The furniture inside the museum and lighting are provided by VITRA and DELTA LIGHT respectively.

Contact | Place de Belgique - Belgiëplein - 1020 Brussels | T +32 2 669 49 29 | Every day (365/365) from 11am to 7pm

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