Built in 1928, the exterior design of the house of patron banker David Van Buuren is typical of the Amsterdam School, while the interior decoration forms a unique Art Deco ensemble created by Belgian, French and Dutch interior designers.

The Van Buurens transformed their villa into a “living conservatory”, in which rare furniture, rugs, stained glass windows, sculptures and paintings by international masters have been left untouched in their original places in the intimate setting of a private “house of memory”, which became a museum in 1975 in accordance with the testamentary wishes of Alice Van Buuren.

first-and-second-level- of the house