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1968 ‘Claustra’ Pierre Sabatier (1925-2003)


In 1968, Mr. Romi Goldmuntz appointed Maison Jansen Paris to take charge and decorate the Romi Goldmuntz center in Antwerp, Belgium. It was undoubtedly the most luxurious and exuberant interior project in Antwerp of that decade.

Maison Jansen was given unlimited resources to commission the best artists of its time to decorate the building.
Pierre Sabatier was asked to manage the building’s entrance area. Sabatier proposed making monumental tin-coated copper claustra, separation walls, doors, door handles, and the decoration panels of the bar.

These ‘Claustra’ by Sabatier are fire-cut tin-plated copper panels that appear light in the environment, even though they are made of heavy, rigid material.


Additional information

Weight 170 kg
Dimensions 30 × 193 × 223 cm