Maison Cauchie in Brussels

Beautifully adorned with female figures, Maison Cauchie boast of stunning exterior

Beautifully adorned with female figures, Maison Cauchie boast of stunning exterior | Photo credit: Wasily/wikimedia

Maison Cauchie Overview

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The Maison Cauchie, also known as the Cauchie House was built in 1950 by architect, painter and designer Paul Cauchier. One of the most beautiful buildings in Brussles, the Maison Cauchie is beautifully adorned with female figures. The exterior of the building is famous for its allegorical graffito.

The building was saved from demolition in 1971 and since 1975 the Maison Cauchier has received the status of a protected monument and remains one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions.

The Maison Cauchie has limited opening hours and even if you don’t manage to visit it from inside, the exterior of the building alone calls for a visit.

  • Opening Closing Time 10 am to 1pm (First Saturday and Sunday of each month), 6:30 pm most evenings in the months of May to August.

  • Photo Opp

    Given its spectacular architecture, the Maison Cauchie makes for excellent photographs from all angles.
  • Entrance Fee EUR 4 per person

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