Art Deco mansion by Raymond Moenaert

UCC24 Art Deco mansion by Raymond Moenaert
Name Art Deco mansion
Address Avenue Léo Errera 66
City/Neighborhood Uccle
  • Art Deco

Original use
  • Habitat

Architect(s) and/or artist(s)
  • Moenaert R.

Large mansion in Art Deco style, located on the beautiful Avenue Errera, not far from the Van Buuren House.

Designed by architect Raymond Moenaert in the 1920s, exact date unknown.

The style is reminiscent of French Art Deco, classic, sober and balanced.

In the lantern that overlooks the front door, the architect has positioned the street number, 66, in a very creative way.

In a completely different register, Moenaert was one of the architects who worked on the project of social garden city Floréal in Watermael Boitfort !

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