BRUXELLES


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City info: In 1893 the architect Victor Horta designed the first Art nouveau building for professor Emile Tassel. This terrace house was the first convincing example of the rejuvenation that architecture was to undergo. This project soon let to new opportunities: mansions for Armand Solvay and Edmond Van Eetvelde, the Maison du Peuple for the Socialist Party,... To profuse variety of colour in the interior, the direct expression of programmatic needs in its architecture, the transformation of purely technical demands, the visible use of steel beams in the interior, the play of natural light inside the building, the same elements that are found in Victor Horta's work...  cont. on Réseau page here...


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Paul Hankar, Hôtel Ciamberlani (1897), Ixelles (Bruxelles) - Photo: Puha Titusz


Paul Hankar, Hôtel Ciamberlani, detail www.arau.org/ Photo: ARAU


Detail of Hôtel Tassel (Victor Horta 1893) - Source: Wikipedia, Photo: Arco Ardon from Dordrecht, Netherlands


Arthur Nelissen, Maison Nelissen; Paul Hankar, Maison Hankar; Paul Cauchie, Maison Cauchie - Source: Wikipedia, Photo: EmDee, Jean-Pol GRANDMONT, Ben2


Paul Saintenoy, Old England (1899), Source: Wikipedia, Photo: Patrick Despoix


Gustave Strauven, three houses: Abdication 4, Clovis 85, Van Campenhout 51 - Photo: Puha Titusz


Josef Hoffmann (1905 - 1911), Stoclet Palace - Source: Wikipedia, Photo: Jean-Pol GRANDMONT




BRUXELLES
THE ART NOUVEAU CITY