Photo Museum in Antwerp (FOMU)

After four years of remodelling and construction work, the modernised Fotomuseum reopened in 2004 with 1,400m2 of exhibition halls, two screening rooms, additional depots, an expanded entrance area and a workshop. National recognition for FOMU in 2009 allowed the museum to pursue a dynamic policy. In 2013, FOMU cleared two adjacent plots in preparation for the building of a collection tower: the Lieven Gevaert Tower. This building will function as a carbon neutral depot and will be operational in late 2016.