Pelseneer House

UCC23 Pelseneer House
Name Pelseneer House
Address Avenue Winston Churchill 51
City/Neighborhood Uccle
  • Art Nouveau
  • Regionalism

Original use
  • Architect house

Year 1910
Architect(s) and/or artist(s)
  • Pelseneer Edouard

Remarkable Regionalist-inspired house with Art Nouveau interior, built in 1910 by architect Edouard Pelseneer for his own use, both living and working.

Edouard Pelseneer was the son of Henri Pelseneer, one of Victor Horta's furniture makers.

A little lost today among the large apartment buildings, it has managed to stand the test of time, and represents a period when the Avenue Churchill was called Avenue Longchamps and was lined with beautiful buildings and plush villas.

The house has been recently restored with the greatest care.

Building classified in March 1999.

UCC23 - Unless otherwise stated © for all photos


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