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Art nouveau wandelingen in Brussel

by Louis Meers

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Bruxelles mérite sans conteste le titre de capitale de l'architecture Art Nouveau. Entre l'hôtel Tassel, première maison Art Nouveau construite par Victor Horta en 1893, et le palais Stoclet, chef-d'oeuvre de Joseph Hoffmann terminé peu avant le debut de la Première Guerre mondiale, Bruxelles a vu s'ériger quelque 500 maisons ou façades Art Nouveau actuellement cataloguées.
Ce guide propose quatre circuits permettant de découvrir l’essentiel de ce patrimoine exceptionnel. Les trois premieres promenades (le quartier Louise, les etanges d'Ixelles, le square Ambiorix et ses environs) peuvent se faire a pied en une demi journée chacune. La quatrième promenade, couvrant plusieurs anciens, peut se faire en voiture ou être scindée en plusieurs visites a pied.

■Auteur: Louis Meers ■Editions Racine, Bruxelles, 1996 ■Couverture souple, 182 pages ■230 x 165 x 10 mm, 500 gr. (hors emballage) ■Illustrations : photos et cartes en noir et blanc.

Brussels undoubtedly deserves the title of Capital of Art Nouveau architecture. Between the hotel Tassel, the first Art Nouveau house built by Victor Horta in 1893, and the Stoclet House, a masterpiece of Joseph Hoffmann ends shortly before the outbreak of World War I, Brussels saw the building of some 500 houses or Art Nouveau facades currently cataloged. This guide provides four circuits to discover the essence of this exceptional. The first three walks (the Louise district, the Etanges of Ixelles, the Square Ambiorix and the surrounding area) can be done on foot in half a day each. The fourth walk, covering several old, can be reached by car or be split into several visits on foot. ■ Author: Louis Meers ■ Editions Racine, Brussels, 1996 ■ Soft cover, 182 pages ■ 230 x 165 x 10 mm, 500 gr. (unpackaged) ■ Illustrations: photos and maps in black and white
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