Neo-renaissance house

UCC52 Neo-renaissance house
Name Neo-renaissance house
Address Rue Henri Van Zuylen 40
City/Neighborhood Uccle
  • Eclecticism

Original use
  • Workshop / Artist's house

Year 1910
Architect(s) and/or artist(s)
  • Viane Charles

You might think this house came from a 17th century Old Dutch painting! It is not so.

It was built in 1910, at the height of Art Nouveau! It was Belgian painter Charles Viane, fascinated by Flemish Renaissance who had it built by using construction materials recovered from houses being demolished in the Ghent region.

The 1583 vintage is therefore quite misleading.

Isn't it atypical?

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