Avant-garde Streamline style house

UCC12 Avant-garde Streamline style house
Name Avant-garde Streamline style house
Address Avenue de l'Echevinage 16
Commune Uccle
Style(s)
  • Modernism
  • Streamline

Original use
  • Habitat

Year 1935
Architect(s)
  • Delville Raphaël

On the elegant Avenue de l'Echevinage, are some beautiful architectural achievements, some of which are really avant-garde.

It’s the case with this one, emblematic of the Streamline style, designed by architect Raphaël Delville in 1935.

The house, also called “La Maison des Terrasses”, was designed by superimposing volumes and shapes all in curves and horizontalities, without ornaments.

The most remarkable feature is the elegant round shaped awning of the first-floor.

Also look on the other side of the street, at No.3, the Dotremont house designed by Louis Herman De Koninck in 1931.

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