AQUALEX Concept Store Knokke

AQUALEX' first concept store dedicated to drinking water.

While you hear the sea bubbling in the background, you can discover works of art with water as their theme, buy exclusive objects and, of course, discover the AQUALEX drinking water taps in a beautiful setting.

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AQUALEX Concept Store Knokke
Kustlaan 249
8300 Knokke-Heist
+32 499 92 92 95

Opening hours

  • Monday: from 10:00 to 18:00
  • Tuesday and Wednesday: closed
  • Thursday to Saturday: from 10:00 to 18:00
  • Sunday and holidays: from 11:00 to 18:00

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AQUALEX x Van Den Weghe

A canvas your gaze inevitably hooks onto ... A quirky visual record of a historic maritime disaster ... A drain plug in the wall that looks invitingly at you ...

The AQUALEX Concept Store opens its doors to the Van Den Weghe collection, curated by Tanguy Van Quickenborne. Van Quickenborne is owner of Justastone Group and CEO of Van Den Weghe, an international marble and natural stone company that works closely with architects, designers and artists from all over the world.

The Van Den Weghe collection cannot be captured under one denominator. Nevertheless, it is notable for its preference for young emerging talents, for non-commercial works that arouse disquiet and confusion rather than pleasure, and for conceptual works in which the artist places familiar objects in a different context, thus challenging their meaning.


Triggered by themes such as water, sustainability and proximity to the sea, the selection of works includes, with Isaac Brest, Germain Hamel and Peter Sutherland, three artists linked to the now defunct Still House Group. That is a clan of young artists who shared a studio space in New York and exhibited at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens in Deurle in 2014/15. Isaac Brest was one of the co-founders of the group; Germain Hamel and Peter Sutherland exhibited in their studio space. The latter, Peter Sutherland, welcomes you to the AQUALEX Concept Store with Putting out Fires, a life-size pyramidal installation of colourful drinking cans borrowed from anarchist skate culture. Furthermore, you can admire works by Kris Martin, Grayson Revoir, Ron Gorchov, Richard Nonas, Inès van den Kieboom, Joris Van de Moortel and many others.

AQUA I, II and III: art and objects previously featured

Phillips x AQUALEX

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