Dutch-inspired Modernist building

UCC19 Dutch-inspired Modernist building
Name Dutch-inspired Modernist building
Address Rue Meyerbeer 126
Commune Uccle
Style(s)
  • Modernism

Original use
  • Habitat

Year 1936
Architect(s)
  • Blomme Adrien

Built in 1936, by architect Adrien Blomme in the Dutch-influenced Modernist style.

The sponsor was the owner of “Tabacs Van der Elst”, who had plans to build several similar buildings in the rue Meyerbeer, an ambition that did not materialize.

The plans for the building were the subject of much discussion with town planning at the time, due to the non-alignment with the rest of the street by this concave v-shaped recess.

In the end, Adrien Blomme won.

As a result, the apartments benefit from a great deal of light thanks to the additional windows allowed by this original plan.

UCC19 - Unless otherwise stated © Admirable-facades-Brussels for all photos

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