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Deze Indiase blaast verpauperde Brusselse Horta-hotel Frison nieuw leven in

07-24-2019 01:36 PM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: Foundation Frison Horta

Nupur Tron awakens the Sleeping Beauty of Brussels

Nupur Tron awakens the Sleeping Beauty of Brussels

The article talks about the architectural love story of Nupur Tron and how she worked her way to give the house the dignity and respects which it righteously deserves. The building is indeed a Horta icon of Brussels and Belgium and Nupur single-handedly has given it a new identity and indeed a much needed life which it was lacking for so many years. Nupur, who has already earned considerable reputation as a jewelry designer and a consultant for luxury brands, renovated this Sleeping Beauty of Brussels by restoring everything from the mesmerizing wall-paintings to the enchanting winter garden, truly giving it an appeal of a fairy-tale land. It is no wonder that people call her “Madam Patrimoine”.

Address: 37, Rue Lebeau, Sablon, 1000 Brussel
Opened: 1894
Phone: 02 330 47 96
Architectural style: Art Nouveau Architecture
Architect: Victor Horta

Foundation Frison Horta is an Active Cultural Bridge Between East & West Restoring, Preserving and Sustaining Rich Art & Craft of the By-Gone Era, in an Artistic Art-de-Vivre form. “Excellence in Craftsmanship and Métiers d’Art”. The Foundation Aims to Foster Greater Understanding and Appreciation of the Rich Heritage & Cultural Traditions of the East particularly of Indian Sub-continent In Europe and vice versa.

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