In 1860 the first brick of Hubermont La Colline was laid in the form of a village school, in 1896 the school welcomed a new neighbour: a farmhouse; and over a century later, both buildings inspired Dr Prof Herman Wittockx to bring about a remarkable metamorphosis. Hubermont went from a place of elementary education to a workplace for adult learning: a unique corner in the educational landscape of Europe.
“A Space for Development”
In 2014, due to the growing demand for Hubermont’s key elements of space, exclusivity, nature and privacy, the founder began contemplating a second Space for Development. In 2017 this new Space opened its doors, Hubermont La Vallée. Unlike the first building, which is built in a classic Ardennes style, this Space was built in a modern mix of natural vs. industrial. This unique blend combined with Hubermont’s philosophy opened up a whole new world.