You probably know the sad story of one of the architectural masterpieces by the architect Victor Horta, built between 1895 and 1899, the Maison du Peuple, which was demolished in 1965. You have always wondered what this building, a remarkable Brussels work designed by Victor Horta, might have looked like.
Thanks to an excellent research and archive work supported by Urban and its partners, the Alice Laboratory, and the Horta Museum, you can (re)discover and virtually immerse yourself in this exceptional building in just a few minutes: its offices, ballroom, and café located on the ground floor, particularly remarkable with its elegant interior design including furniture designed by Victor Horta himself.
- Follow the following link and enjoy this timeless journey
- Rediscover some exceptional objects on our inventory of movable heritage website