Art Nouveau terraced houses

FOR10 Art Nouveau terraced houses
Name Art Nouveau terraced houses
Address Avenue Van Volxem 268
City/Neighborhood Forest
  • Art Nouveau

Original use
  • Habitat

Year 1895
Architect(s) and/or artist(s)
  • Fouarge Edgard

Two little-known Art Nouveau terraced houses, attributed to architect Edgard Fouarge, built in 1895 at the very beginning of the movement.

The facade of Nr 268 is particularly astonishing by the presence of animals, such as the two simili stone foxes which support the balcony.

The front door handle is also made of a fox and a goat's head, the bell has a duck's head ... This very distinctive ironwork is remarkable.

The two houses have been restored with great care.

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