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Maison Autrique, Brussels

Built in 1893, Maison Autrique was Victor Horta's first building in Art Nouveau style.

Built in 1893, Maison Autrique was Victor Horta's first building in Art Nouveau style. The 3-storey town house has a traditional Belgian layout, with Art Nouveau details such as iron pillars and columns, stained-glass, mosaics, and provision for natural lighting.


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About Maison Autrique

 Chaussée de Haecht 266, 1030 Schaerbeek, Belgium

 +32 2 215 66 09

 www.autrique.be

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