Much has been said about architects and their capacity to design private residences for their own use or for distinguished clients. This tour offers an overview of exceptional Belgian cases in this regard, especially considering that individual private housing has been considerably stimulated by government policy. Visits include celebrated dwellings such as Victor Horta’s homonymous house, the Maison Guiette by Le Corbusier and Renaat Braem’s private residence and studio. Less known realizations such as the house Louis Herman De Coninck built for himself (and extended decades later), or the Van Wassenhove House by Juliaan Lampens are also included.

> 1 full day (8 hours)