MAISON DES ARTS
OBJECT ARTISTIC CENTER
LOCATION CHAUSSEE DE HAECHT 147 – 1030 SCHAERBEEK
CLIENT COMMUNE DE SCHAERBEEK
PARTNERS KIK - IRPA / L. DE CLERCQ / J. VANDERMEERSCH / J. HOSTE
The former mansion or ‘château’ of the Eenens-Terlinden family, built by J.B. Muynendonck in 1826 and extended in 1865-67 and 1885-90, was acquired by the city administration in 1950 in order to establish an artistic center (‘Maison des Arts’). The building was listed as a monument in 1993.
The premises include a porte cochère (carriage gate) leading to a paved courtyard, two annexes (garage buildings and a small café, l’Estaminet) as well as an elaborate Neoclassical (public) park.
Interior restoration work by ARTER began in 2017 and focused on the main drawing rooms: Salon Rouge (Louis XV), Salon Vert (Louis XVI), Salle-à-Manger (Flemish Neo-Renaissance) and Bibliothèque (Eclecticism). The project also included restoration work on wooden wall panelling and flooring, marble chimneys breasts, interior stucco and painted walls and ceilings. The 19th-century tapestry wall hangings has been restored by specialist craftsmen.
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