Marjorlaine shop

BRU48 Marjorlaine shop
Name Marjorlaine shop
Address Rue de la Madeleine 7
City/Neighborhood Brussels
  • Art Nouveau

Original use
  • Shop

Year 1904
Architect(s) and/or artist(s)
  • Sneyers Léon

Considered to be one of the last remaining Art Nouveau storefronts in Brussels (along with the Niguet chemiserie, Rue Royale, or the Falstaff tavern next to the Bourse).

Marjolaine was designed by architect Léon Sneyers in 1904, in the Geometric Art Nouveau style.

The circular-patterned stained-glass window is heavily influenced by the Viennese Secession.

Storefront classified since 1997

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