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Hotel Cohn-Donnay

This large town house from 1841 was redone in the Art nouveau style in 1904 by the architect Paul Hamesse. 

His remarkable changes to the facade were limited to the elegant bow-window and the balcony above it. 

Inside, he tastefully designed furniture which was perfectly integrated with the architecture. Entrance hall, billiard and chess-board rooms, sitting room, dining room, ‘poetry room’... each room in the house has its own character, at times influences by the Wiener Secession, at times by Mackintosh. 


From Ultieme Hallucinatie

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