Victor Horta was one of the most essential voices of the late 19th-century Art Nouveau era, so it is only fitting that his home and studio in the heart of Brussels has since been transformed into a museum in his honor. The museum is a veritable step back in time, showcasing not only the tastes of Horta but also the overall brilliance of the gentle curves and organic splendor of the Art Nouveau aesthetic. These are captured in the new companion volume, The Horta Museum, Brussels.
A revised edition in a new layout, The Horta Museum, Brussels offers an ideal summary of the museum, with luxurious illustrations of the subtle design elements within the space. Fans of the Art Nouveau era will not be disappointed in the print nor digital versions of this text, both of which are now available on Musebooks