A new architectural style appeared in the 50s to the 60s, with the “58 World's Fair” being the driving force.
Some architects, and especially owners, have dared this style.
Just a few fine examples remained in Brussels, this one by an unknown architect, seems to have been designed in 1963.
It takes the characteristics of these nicknamed "Spirou" houses, obliquely laid flat roof, white painted brick walls, colored glass walls, wooden door, fine painted metal balustrades, all elements that give these houses a playful and fresh air.
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