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This is one of those beautiful houses that, when you enter, you feel different. The colours, light, the furniture, the way in which every element of this home was considered in it’s elegant entirety; is transformative. A genuinely beautiful home and one that you could...More
Gorgeous Art Deco house in Dutch Art Deco style. Beautiful period interior and furniture.
Take your time when doing the house tour. Especially the dining room and living room are stunning in my opinion.
You can visit the garden as well. I must say that...More
The house is not in the centre, but the tram ride is worth the trip, from the maze in the garden to the horsehair wallpaper in one room, to the astonishing art and artefacts -- this was an art collector's house, and every space is...More
The house is rather far away from the centre of Brussels, but it's easily accessible by tram if one is patient and plans well as opening times are rather irregular. The house itself is nothing grand, but it's so well decorated in the Art Deco...More
As architecture lovers, we adore this little museum and its magnificent gardens and have already visited it several times. It is installed in the private residence of Jewish Dutch banker David Van Buuren (1886-1955) and his wife Alice, which was built in 1928. From the...More
My wife and I visited this house and the gardens which were wonderfully maintained. The inside of the house was warm, inviting and full of beautiful art. There are good explanations that help you discover every room. The whole house is in many ways a...More
this original villa has so much or the original architecture and design left of art deco/ early modernism it is truly unusual to see it all in one, at its original site, the way the owners and designers intended it, a true gem for anybody...More
This is the former private house of a banker, where nothing has changed. The house combines art deco with the Amsterdam school, and comes fully furnished with the original furnishings, and loads of artwork. The latter is mainly by the hand of Gustave Van de...More
Quite fantastic place with a chance to feel like you are visiting the van Buuren's rather than the usual museum 'behind a rope' experience. My tip look at the very clever animated film that plays upstairs to learn about David and Alice and then take...More