Tassel House

BRU12 Tassel House
Name Tassel House
Address Rue Paul Emile Janson 6
Commune Brussels
Style(s)
  • Art Nouveau
  • Floral Art Nouveau

Original use
  • Habitat

Year 1893
Architect(s)
  • Horta Victor

The Tassel House is Victor Horta’s second project, designed in 1893 for Emile Tassel, a friend of Horta and professor at the ULB (Université Libre de Bruxelles).

It is a founding work of the Art Nouveau movement.

Located at nr 6 rue Paul Emile Janson, the building is designed in a pure Art Nouveau style, and has one of the most beautiful bow windows in the capital.

Classified in November 1976 the building was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000.

The Tassel House can be visited upon reservation on ExploreBrussels

BRU12 - Unless otherwise stated © Admirable-facades-Brussels for all photos

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