Avenue Louise 224, 1050 Bruxelles, Belgium
Another incredible art Nouveau building that must be visited while in Brussels. I think it too belongs to world heritage.
Beautiful. A Horta masterpiece
Impossible to visit. No photos allowed.
House of super-rich industrialist Armand Solvay, inventor and developer of soda chemicals, designed by Victor Horta, master of Art Nouveau architects in Belgium, one of his early designs in the style. Total work of art inside and out, with no expense spared. Usually the interior is closed to the public, but certain days during the year there are tours, coincident with those of other Art Nouveau buildings in Brussels. Located on grand Haussmanian tree-lined avenue, the façade is not to be missed on any tour of Art Nouveau or architecture in the Belgian capital.
Impressive. For art Nouveau lovers