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simobutterfly:  Extremely intricate stained glass on ceiling of Palau de Catalan Music in Barcelona. Example of beautiful art nouveau.

simobutterfly: Extremely intricate stained glass on ceiling of Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona. Example of beautiful art nouveau.

Kaleidoscopic Photos of Gaudí’s La Sagrada Família

Church Barcelona, Spain-based photographer Clement Celma captures psychedelic, mesmerizing images of the Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família that makes you feel like you’re looking through a kaleidoscope.

The Tassel Hotel (1893) : One of the most famous building Victor designed is The Tassel Hotel. This staircase is strongly inspired by Art Nouveau. I love this staircase because it has a lot of details and shows us many beautiful curves.

Art Nouveau Staircase by Victor Horta -Hotel Tassel, Brussels. Typically of this period the interior has elongated, curved and flowing lines. These lines are seen in the tiles, the staircase and also on the walls.

Art Nouveau - Hôtel Solvay - Bruxelles - Victor Horta (1861-1947)

One of the most important names in Art Nouveau architecture, Victor Horta is sometimes credited as the first to introduce the style to architecture from the decorative arts.

Art Nouveau Paris

29 Avenue Rapp in the arrondissement, Paris. Very close to the Eiffel Tower. Built in Art Nouveau masterpiece by Jules Lavirotte. The detailed door was designed by sculptor Jean-Baptiste Larrive with work carried out by others. Photo by W.

Bruxelles, Maison Saint-Cyr. It was built in 1903 for the painter Georges de Saint-Cyr by architect Gustave Strauven, who was a pupil of the renowned Brussels architect Victor Horta.

La Maison Saint-Cyr is an Art Nouveau house designed by the architect Gustave Strauven and located in Brussels. The building was built between 1901 and 1903 as a private home, by the painter Georges de Saint-Cyr.