Max Hallet Mansion

Price on request

In 1902, Max Hallet, a leading Belgian politician and lawyer, commissioned Victor Horta to design a house suitable for entertaining guests on the prestigious Avenue Louise. A spectacular stairwell forms the heart of this urban palace

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In 1902, Max Hallet, a leading Belgian politician and lawyer, commissioned Victor Horta to design a house suitable for entertaining guests on the prestigious Avenue Louise. A spectacular stairwell forms the heart of this urban palace. The reception rooms that complement it, whose sumptuous decorations have been recently restored, immerse us in a delicate world of gold and daylight. Whereas Horta’s line has softened and the metallic structure has become more refined, daylight remains at the heart of Horta’s design, as shown in the magnificent winter garden that is delicately articulated in the stairwell and which appears to be floating on air.

Guided visits of Victor Horta’s Max Hallet Mansion can be organized upon request for private groups all year long. The entrance fee is €500 (maximum 25 people per group).