|maison Bloemenwerf (French)
Bloemenwerf Huis (Dutch)
Bloemenwerf House (1896)
|Architectural style||Arts and Crafts Movement|
|Client||Henry Van de Velde|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Henry Van de Velde|
Bloemenwerf is the name of the residence house of Belgian painter, architect and interior designer Henry van de Velde, built in 1895. It is located at Uccle, Belgium. Velde designed the house and its interior as well as the furnishings. It was inspired in part by William Morris' Red House.
Van de Velde gave everything in the house, from the door furnishings to the wallpaper, the same patterns of embellishments and flowing linear shapes.
- Debora Silverman (1992). Art Nouveau in Fin-de-siècle France. University of California Press. p. 272. ISBN 0-520-08088-2.
- Amy Ogata (2001). "Artisans and Art Nouveau in Fin-de-siècle Belgium". In Lynda Jessup. Antimodernism and Artistic Experience. University of Toronto Press. pp. 173–174. ISBN 0-8020-8354-4. ISBN 9780802083548.
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