Art Nouveau Belgium

from a historical perspective

Art Nouveau House, Brussels, Belgium.  Reminds me of that one in Barcelona. Less frilly.

house and studio in Square Ambiorix on 6 Rue du Lac, Brussels, Belgium - built in 1902 by glass artist Ernest DeLune. The illuminated window to the right suggests the stairwell looming behind.

Brussels:  Paul Ankar, 1896. The former Niguet shirt shop, today a flower shop

Art Nouveau store front in Brussels: Paul Ankar, I actually know this flower shop, it's not far from the Parc in central Brussels. The flowers are really nice as well - Daniel Ost is quite a famous florist.

Art Nouveau Windows Ixelles Belgium by jkravitz, via Flickr

I decided long ago that Art Nouveau (roughly may be my favorite period of modern decor. Art Nouveau windows in Ixelles, Belgium.

dailybrussels:  Maison Nelissen.     The House Nelissen is a building Art Nouveau at number 5 in the Avenue du Mont Kemmel in Forest, a suburb of Brussels in Belgium. The house was built in 1905 by Arthur Nelissen, an eclectic architect original Dutch whose activity took place in Brussels.

The House Nelissen is a building Art Nouveau at number 5 in the Avenue du Mont Kemmel in Forest, a suburb of Brussels in Belgium. The house was built in 1905 by Arthur Nelissen, an eclectic architect original Dutch whose activity took place in Brussels.

Tassel House in Brussels, Belgium. Art Nouveau home designed by Victor Horta in 1893. It just takes my breath away. So beautiful, so my style :)

Hotel Tassel entrance, Brussels, Belgium built by Victor Horta.The first true art nouveau building?

Place Victor Carbonnelle 5, Tournai, Belgique. Immeuble Art Nouveau (1903). Architecte De Porre

Place Victor Carbonnelle 5, Tournai, Belgique. Immeuble Art Nouveau (1903). Architecte De Porre

Victor Horta House in Brussels, Belgium - Detail showing the art glass laylight and one of a pair of curvaceous mirrors at the top of the home's main stairwell.  Victor Horta designed and built the house and studio for his own family from 1893-97.  Now home of the Musee Horta.

Victor Horta, Tassel House, after Made in the Art Nouveau style, this house incorporates elements of classical design into new curvilinear forms inspired by nature. This style continued to be popular across Europe until

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