Brussels, capital of Art Nouveau directions_walk

Saturday 29 June - 14h00

© Bernard Boccara
The Art Nouveau style of architecture was first seen in the district around the Avenue Louise in Brussels. From Victor Horta’s Tassel House, a veritable manifesto for the style, to the more geometric designs of Paul Hankar, this visit explores the context of the style’s creation in Brussels. This tour includes the visit of the Victor Horta's Tassel House. For private groups, it is possible to include the visit of the interior of Victor Horta’s former home, studio and workshops, now the Horta Museum and a UNESCO World Heritage Site (on request).


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Art Deco and Modernism in Uccle directions_walk

Saturday 6 July - 14h00

On the outskirts of the city, the former village of Uccle became, in the inter-war years, a particularly desirable residential area for the inhabitants of Brussels. The speed with which the distric... Read more

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