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Visit : Museum/Discover, Monument, Art Nouveau, Architectural Heritage

Cauchie House

Cauchie House
© Christian Berthold
Cauchie House
© Francois Cambier
Cauchie House
© Francois Cambier
Cauchie House
© Francois Cambier

The Cauchie House is considered to be one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau masterpieces in Brussels.

Come and admire this gem of Brussels' architectural heritage. Situated opposite the Cinquantenaire Park, it was built in 1905 by architect, painter and decorator Paul Cauchie (1875-1952) for his own, personal use.

It bears many exceptional decorative elements, including the famous Art Nouveau sgraffito. The sgraffitos, or engraved drawings, that you can see on the wall, represent the allegories of the arts.

What's happening at Cauchie House?

Writing workshop

Information and bookings: By email or by telephone: +32 (0)2/652 26 80.


From 1 January 2014 to 1 January 2015, come and have breakfast in Paul and Lina Cauchie's dining room! Booking is required, maximum 8 people.

Information and bookings: By email or by telephone +32 (0)2/733 86 84.

Useful information to plan your visit

Opening hours

First weekend of the month from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 5:30pm,
Last visit starts at 4:30pm.

Adults - €5pp
Free for children under 12 years old.

Want to organise a group visit?
Don't forget to book your group visits in advance.


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