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The Victor Horta House, Brussels, Belgium.

Base of the sophisticated Art Nouveau staircase in the Maison Horta (now the Horta Museum). From an early Horta Museum postcard.

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A very elegant staircase inspired by Art nouveau. Notice the sophisticated metalwork on the railing.

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.

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

I feel very strongly that if you are going to grow old in the condo, you MUST add a banister or handrail to the stairs. It can be a unique and chic addition!

Art Nouveau Architecture Movement

Art Nouveau Architecture Movement

architect victor horta - Interior view of the main stair in an Art Nouveau style row house. From David Dernie and Alastair Carew-Cox's book, "Victor Horta",

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI.

Stairs at Castel Béranger, Paris 1898 by Hector Guimard (French, Art Nouveau

The New Amsterdam on West 42nd Street, designed by Henry Herts and Hugh Tallant in 1903 as one of the first buildings with an Art Nouveau interior in the US, and renovated by Disney nearly a century later, is "either one of the most gorgeous or one of the gaudiest theaters" on Broadway, said recommender Geoffrey Greene.

The New Amsterdam on West Street, designed by Henry Herts and Hugh Tallant in 1903 as one of the first buildings with an Art Nouveau interior in the US, and renovated by Disney nearly a century later

Victor Horta (1861-1927) - Hotel Tassel Entry Hall View. Brussels, Belgium. Circa 1893-1894.

Hotel Tassel entrance, Brussels, Belgium built by Victor Horta.The first true art nouveau building?

Maison Horta - Bruxelles (Saint-Gilles) / House Horta - Brussels (Saint-Gilles) http://www.hortamuseum.be/fr/Accueil

Art Nouveau & Art Deco: Anarchitecturalodyssey

Brussels' Art Nouveau and Art Deco treasures shot for Christie's Magazine. Photography by Frederik Vercruysse

Inside this wooden, prefabricated house in Amsterdam by Marc Koehler Architects, an angular black staircase crisscrosses between split levels.

An angular black staircase criss-crosses between split levels inside this wooden prefab house in Amsterdam designed by Marc Koehler Architects.

Solvay House banister by Victor Horta, Brussels (as i said, from bridges to stairways Art Deco changed everything here and internationaly)

Solvay House banister by Victor Horta, Brussels (as i said, from bridges to stairways Art Deco changed everything here and internationaly) / luxe / escaliers / rambarde

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