Events around Hôtel Solvay

Finland 100 Gala / Suomi 100 -gaala
Food&Drink

Finland 100 Gala / Suomi 100 -gaala

Saturday 19:00 (02 December)
Chatelain Brussels, Brussels

Dans l’hôpital, dans la cité, le patient usager de drogues
Conference

Dans l’hôpital, dans la cité, le patient usager de drogues

Friday 09:00 (24 November)
Maison des Associations Internationales - MAI, Brussels

Movie night: The Commune (Orig. Kollektivet)
Art

Movie night: The Commune (Orig. Kollektivet)

Tuesday 19:30 (05 December)
Den Danske Kirke i Bruxelles, Ixelles

Alt om Luther på 60 minutter (Den Danske Kirke i Bruxelles)
Conference

Alt om Luther på 60 minutter (Den Danske Kirke i Bruxelles)

Tuesday 19:00 (28 November)
Den Danske Kirke i Bruxelles, Ixelles

Julekoncert med Nordic String Quartet
Art

Julekoncert med Nordic String Quartet

Wednesday 20:00 (29 November)
Den Danske Kirke i Bruxelles, Ixelles

Birthday of Tribes Brussels City Center
Crafts

Birthday of Tribes Brussels City Center

Monday 17:00 (11 December)
Tribes Inspiring Workplaces, Brussels

Le sommeil et les rythmes des bébés
Health

Le sommeil et les rythmes des bébés

Thursday 19:00 (07 December)
Ressources Périnaturelles, Ixelles

Santé intestinale et immunité autour de la naissance
Conference

Santé intestinale et immunité autour de la naissance

Thursday 19:00 (23 November)
Ressources Périnaturelles, Ixelles


FULL - Guided tour in the Hotel Solvay

FULL - Guided tour in the Hotel Solvay


When?

Start time: Sunday 14:00 (19 November)
End time: Sunday 15:00 (19 November)

Where?

Hôtel Solvay
avenue louise, 224, Brussels
Art

About

Please do not try to sign up for this event anymore because it is FULL!

Come and join us on this guided tour through the marvellous building of the Hotel Solvay, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Hôtel Solvay is a large Art Nouveau town house designed by Victor Horta on the Avenue Louise in Brussels. The house was commissioned by Armand Solvay, the son of the wealthy Belgian chemist and industrialist Ernest Solvay. For this wealthy patron Horta could spend a fortune on precious materials and expensive details. Horta designed every single detail; furniture, carpets, light fittings, tableware and even the door bell. Sounds amazing, no?