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Horta’s Urban Masterplan : Municipal Development Ltd – Horta Inside-Out 2018

Victor Horta’s original plans for the modern, utopian city that is supposed to rise above the North-South Junction are changed again and again, and are never entirely realised.

Those parts that come into being are, among others, the Palais des Beaux-Arts and the Central Station, both designed by Victor Horta, as well as the Ravenstein Gallery between them and the refurbishment of the Mont des Arts with the Royal Library.

Meeting point: Warandepark, Paleizenplein, 1000 Brussels, at the entrance across from the Royal Palace


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A city for the arts : the Palais des Beaux-Arts – Horta Inside-Out 2018

The Palais des Beaux-Arts is inaugurated in 1929 as part of Horta’s urban projects for the Mont des Arts.

Through his design, the architect creates a connection between the upper and the lower city.

The ingenious structure of the various spaces and the penetration of light in the exhibition halls reflect the skills of the master architect, as do the impressive Henry Le Boeuf concert hall and the Royal Lounge.


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