Private mansion designed by Octave Van Rysselberghe and Henry van de Velde, at the corner of Jacques Jordeans and Crayer streets for the widow De Brouckère. Designed in 1898, in a very sober Art Nouveau style.
It was created by the two architects at the same time as the Otlet House, but presents a more refined approach.
The hotel was modified inside on several occasions and retains only a few original features, the facades have fortunately not undergone major changes.
The facades and roofs have been classified since 1997.
The building is currently occupied (January 2021) by offices, and cannot be visited.
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