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View across Main Stairs at Upper Landing, Victor Horta House in Brussels, Belgium;    "Detail showing the art glass laylight and one of a pair of curvaceous mirrors at the top of the home's main stairwell.  Victor Horta designed and built the house and studio for his own family from 1893-97.  Now home of the Musee Horta.  Photo from David Dernie and Alastair Carew-Cox's gorgeous book, 'Victor Horta', 1995."

Victor Horta, Tassel House, after Made in the Art Nouveau style, this house incorporates elements of classical design into new curvilinear forms inspired by nature. This style continued to be popular across Europe until

Art Nouveau - Immeuble Jassédé - 142 Avenue de Versailles - Paris - Hector Guimard - 1903-05

Art Nouveau - Immeuble Jassédé - 142 Avenue de Versailles - Paris - Hector Guimard - 1903-05

Stairs vs. Art Nouveau by SebastianBerlin, via Flickr

County and Local Court at Berlin city centre, Littenstraße (used to be Neue Friedrichstraße). Built in it was the second largest building of Berlin at that time. By SebastianBerlin.

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