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  • Nadine Delarosbil

    The Tessel House, Brussels, Belgium (Art Nouveau Interior Design Ideas)

  • Alexandria Meriggi

    art deco interiors | Art Nouveau Interior Design - @Sherrie Scott Design Ideas

  • BohaGlass

    #Artnouveau Victor Horta Tassel House 1892 http://www.bohaglass.co.uk/art-nouveau-glass-movement-motion/

  • Rachel Ann Diatta

    2nd outstanding movement of Art Nouvea (1893): architect Victor Horta. interior view of the Tassel house. Brussels. Commissioned by industrialist Emile Tassel, for a terraced townhouse in the St.Gilles district of the city. It was the first fully developed exercise in Art Nouveau architecture and interior design.

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