They have been enchanting Brussels' streets for over a century. Since 1890,
Horta, Hankar, Cauchie and even Blérot have been breaking the rules and
creating a Total Art that influences all art forms, from furniture to
decorative objects, from crockery to haute couture, turning everything into
curves and arabesques, fauna and flora, colours and light. A movement as
creative as it was short-lived, evolving into the more geometrical and
refined art deco. Don't miss the listed buildings, the Fin-de-Siècle Museum
and the Brussels Biennial.