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Belgijskie muzeum David and Alice van Buuren - Polaris (30)

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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. The Labyrinth is inspired by the Song of Salomon and decorated with seven sculptures by the Belgian sculptor Andre Willequet in 1968. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. The Labyrinth is inspired by the Song of Salomon and decorated with seven sculptures by the Belgian sculptor Andre Willequet in 1968. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. The Labyrinth is inspired by the Song of Salomon and decorated with seven sculptures by the Belgian sculptor Andre Willequet in 1968. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. The Labyrinth is inspired by the Song of Salomon and decorated with seven sculptures by the Belgian sculptor Andre Willequet in 1968. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. The Labyrinth is inspired by the Song of Salomon and decorated with seven sculptures by the Belgian sculptor Andre Willequet in 1968. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. The Labyrinth is inspired by the Song of Salomon and decorated with seven sculptures by the Belgian sculptor Andre Willequet in 1968. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. The gardens were designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and Rene Pechere in 1968 and 1970. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)
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June 11, 2017 - Uccle, Belgium: Museum David and Alice van Buuren. Banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice built the house from 1924 to 1928. David van Buuren asked his nephew and architect Johan Franco to start working on the plan of his future house in Brussels. From 1924-1928, the van Buurens commissioned Belgian architects Leon Govaerts and Alexis van Vaerenbergh to build their house. The outdoor architecture is typical of the Amsterdam School, while its Art Deco interior was decorated by Belgian, French and Dutch designers with rare furniture, carpets and stained-glass windows. (Thierry Monasse/Polaris)