Laura Noben, Curator of the events & exhibitions at Glorie.Today began to work in fashion as an assistant of Dick Page for the FW Sonia Rykiel show in Paris. Subsequently she developed an aesthetic eye on beauty from working in the main teams of Charlotte Tilbury, Pat McGrath, Val Garland for the fashion shows worldwide.

Working as a beauty director for over 15 years, Laura Noben has earned international fame while working on international editorials, art objects and together with fashion houses for their collection shows, campaigns.
She feels that the time has come to also express her creativity in her own individual projects and exhibitions which she showcases at together with her husband architect Pieter Peerlings founder of Glorie.Today and SculpIT architects.




Mission Glorious living

Great historical location for glorious living. It will be about sharing, communicate, exposing,…meeting, enjoying a glorious life. It’s an ‘open house’, a platform, sustaining culture in its broadest interpretation; architecture, craft, design, art, music, nice food & wine,…

There will be co-working spaces, meeting places, exhibition spaces,…a place where all things exchange.

Renovated Masonry Façade - Window Frames Reynaers SL Ferro

Welcome glorious one!

You will glory today

Get inspired
Become glorious
Enjoy life today
with us

A multifunctional, unique & independent concept space, hosting events & exhibitions in art, beauty & fashio.

Pakhuis ‘t Glorie is an old four-story warehouse constructed in 1875 and sold in 1925 by Mr. Glorie. It was mainly kept in its original state and is the only remaining and well-preserved warehouse in the area. It has been thoroughly renovated by sculp[IT]architects  whose main intention was to keep the look and feeling of the old warehouse, but made it ready for the 21st century.

The warehouse is situated in Antwerp, centrally located in Flanders / Belgium and close to the Netherlands. Antwerp is the center of design and fashion, fine dining restaurants, art, music,….

Nearest parking : Sint-Jansplein