Albert-Charles Duesberg | An exhibition at Verviers' Musée des Beaux-Arts
Verviers' Fine Art and Ceramic Museum presents an exhibition dedicated to architect Albert-Charles Duesberg.
Born from 1877 from a Bourgeois family specialised in the wool trade, Albert-Charles Duesberg studied architecture at the Saint Luc school in Liège then in Brussels. He had the chance to work with Victor Horta.
Influenced by post-war avant-garde, Duesberg progressively adopted the principles of modern architecture - as much for industrial buildings than for lodgings. He designed a fantastic range of houses, villas and industrial sites in Verviers.
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