Geometric Art Nouveau bourgeois house

IXE16 Geometric Art Nouveau bourgeois house
Name Geometric Art Nouveau bourgeois house
Address Boulevard General Jacques 186
City/Neighborhood Ixelles
  • Art Nouveau
  • Geometric Art Nouveau

Original use
  • Habitat

Year 1905
Architect(s) and/or artist(s)
  • de Lestre de Fabribeckers Benjamin

Tall house signed Benjamin de Lestré de Fabribeckers, in 1905.

Beautiful in stone carved signature.

The architect applied the Art Nouveau rules, asymmetry of the facade, horseshoe arch windows, bow window topped by a balcony, he used geometric ornaments for both woodwork and ironwork.

The same design is found on the front doors and the balconies ironwork.

This motif is also found in other works by the architect, notably 92 rue Africaine.

Building listed in June 2006

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