The Interbellum: 1930

During the Interbellum many houses in Brussels were built in Art Deco style.

In this post’s gallery the reader will find some gorgeous examples of art deco architecture expressed in the callygraphy of artchitects’ signatures (see signatures by P. Le Bon and by J. Rombaux)  or in the way the building year has been displayed.

I found the house by P. Le Bon very interesting and the engraving with his signatures most remarkable. I took a second picture showing the detail plum and the square. The callygraphy used is also amazing.

The two last pictures are about a house by architect A. Callewaert. Nice to see is that the street name appears in a stone engraving just above the architect’s signature.


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