The Yugoslav pavilion, designed by Vjenceslav Richter, is one of the best-preserved relics of the 1958 World Exhibition in Brussels. After the transfer and reconstruction in Wevelgem, this building was redecorated to house the Sint-Paulus College, which had just been established at the time. In addition to Richter as an architect, we also tell his story as a visionary, artist and co-founder of two art movements from post-war Yugoslavia.

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