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An organic vision of the unique house of baron Empain in an art deco style located in the residential part of Brussels.

Completed in 1934, the villa had served as a museum, embassy, but also as a squat until its recent reconstruction. Now an exhibition space for contemporary art it is captured in an engaging form creating subtle connections, emphasising colour associations and fusion of time and impressions.

Shown in programme with Unexpected Modernism: The Architecture of the Wiener Brothers

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