Another set of photo’s from Ron Conijn.
This house in Spa was built between 1900 and 1902 by an architect from the city of Liège. Gustave Charlier (1848-1922) was a carpenter, an architect and a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Liège; The project was commissioned by Victor Collard, an industrial and vice President of the Commercial Court of Liège.
One of the first things that catches the eye is the colour of the house. The glazed bricks of the facade are shades of jade and pastel green.
And then there are flowers.
There are three ceramic tile panels with poppies in the top of the facade. There are sunflower wall anchors, floral wrought iron balconies and even the metal panels under the bay window are decorated with flowers. Thanks again for sharing, Ron!