The Brussels House Through Time
The model Brussels house of the nineteenth century, with its series of linked reception rooms, its lateral stairwell and its kitchen in the cellar is very specific. Many variations were built based on this model, offering a huge variety of homes in an equally large variety of decorative styles, making each house an individual masterpiece. The layout of homes would change significantly during the twentieth century, to adapt to lifestyle changes. This series of guided tours allows participants to explore a representative range of diverse interiors, each with its own story to tell, including details of its occupants, its street or its district, which have ceaselessly changed and been enriched, just like the city. Each guided tour includes public spaces that form the hub of a districts that are well worth a detour.