Modernist architect Jean De Ligne signed, in the 1920s, several terraced houses in this pretty street behind the Collège St Michel.
This one, at N°56/58, was inhabited by the architect in 1921.
It has a very Dutch-inspired facade, with its flush frames, its half-shutters on the ground floor window as well as small stained-glass windows.
Two entrance doors, one for the upstairs and the other for the architect's studio on the ground floor.
Note the masonry work right under the cornice.
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