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Lucien Weissenburger - Villa Bergeret - Nancy -1904

Lucien Weissenburger - Villa Bergeret - Nancy -1904

Varied cityscapes in the city and province of Liège, Belgium Part 1 - SkyscraperCity Art-Nouveau house in Verviers

Varied cityscapes in the city and province of Liège, Belgium Part 1 - SkyscraperCity Art-Nouveau house in Verviers

Lucien Weissenburger, La maison de l'architecte

Lucien Weissenburger, La maison de l'architecte

A Giulianova scoperto lavoro De Carolis - Abruzzo - ANSA.it

A Giulianova scoperto lavoro De Carolis - Abruzzo - ANSA.it

Ancien magasin Goudchaux (1901, Eugène Vallin)

Ancien magasin Goudchaux (1901, Eugène Vallin)

Schaerbeek - Rue Ernest Laude 31 - HEMELSOET François (alias Frans)

Schaerbeek - Rue Ernest Laude 31 - HEMELSOET François (alias Frans)

Lucien Weissenburger - Albert Bergeret's home (Nancy)

Lucien Weissenburger - Albert Bergeret's home (Nancy)

Immeuble (1914) - 30 avenue Marceau, Paris VIIIe | by Yvette G.

Immeuble (1914) - 30 avenue Marceau, Paris VIIIe | by Yvette G.

Emile Andre

Emile Andre

Architects producing sinuous styles in Brussels included Paul Hankar, Henry van de Velde, and Paul Saintenoy but most famously, Belgian architect Victor Horta (1861-1947). His work was defined by light, open-planned spaces and innovative use of ironwork. Many of Horta’s buildings were private commissions for industrialists including Emile Tassel and Armand Solvay. The Maison du Peuple was a complex of shops designed for the Belgian Workers’ Party (Horta was a freemason). In Paris, architect…

Architects producing sinuous styles in Brussels included Paul Hankar, Henry van de Velde, and Paul Saintenoy but most famously, Belgian architect Victor Horta (1861-1947). His work was defined by light, open-planned spaces and innovative use of ironwork. Many of Horta’s buildings were private commissions for industrialists including Emile Tassel and Armand Solvay. The Maison du Peuple was a complex of shops designed for the Belgian Workers’ Party (Horta was a freemason). In Paris, architect…

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