Art Deco was an early twentieth-century architectural style which emerged after the First World War. It represented a complete stylistic break from Art Nouveau, using straight, streamlined, geometric forms and emphasising surfaces, volumes, symmetry and contrasts. Brussels contains many heritage buildings that made major contributions to the style's development. Learn more in our three-minute capsule video!

Presenter: Kris Clerckx, guided tour leader
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