Lise Coirier & Gian Giuseppe Simeone, co-founders and directors of Spazio Nobile Gallery, curate Spazio Nobile At Home as a collective exhibition in their private villa in Tervuren, Belgium, situated in the outskirts of Brussels. This neo-classical, eclectic Art Nouveau house, built up in 1900 with some additions of the 1950s (The Winter Garden and the Cubex kitchen), is part of an architectural promenade (Architectuur Wandeling, Vlaams Brabant) that dates from the same period as the construction of the Africa Museum and the Palais des Colonies by King Leopold II, located a hundred metres away. The gallery’s collection of contemporary applied art – at the fringe of decorative arts and contemporary fine art – is harmoniously integrated into the early 20th century interior of this Flemish Brabant heritage house located on the edge of the Forêt de Soignes, reknown for its centenary beech trees. The garden’s century-old green spaces were recently redesigned by Flemish landscape architect Aldrik Heirman. Interior arch. Anne Derasse & Sébastien Caporusso.