Hôtel Brion

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Hôtel Brion
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Hôtel Brion in 2011
Hôtel Brion is located in Strasbourg
Hôtel Brion
Hôtel Brion in relation to the city of Strasbourg
Former namesHôtel Marguerite
Alternative namesVilla Brion
General information
Typeprivate housing
Architectural styleArt Nouveau
LocationStrasbourg, France
Coordinates48°35′08.56″N 7°46′05.47″E / 48.5857111°N 7.7681861°E / 48.5857111; 7.7681861Coordinates: 48°35′08.56″N 7°46′05.47″E / 48.5857111°N 7.7681861°E / 48.5857111; 7.7681861
Design and construction
ArchitectAuguste Brion

The Hôtel Brion, also known as Villa Brion, is a small Art Nouveau hôtel particulier on rue Sleidan in the Neustadt district of Strasbourg, in the French department of the Bas-Rhin. It has been classified as a Monument historique since 1975.[1]


The hôtel particulier was built by the architect, Auguste Brion (1861–1940), for himself in 1904. Brion, the scion of a family of artists directly related to the legendary Friederike Brion, was a prolific architect who built four other houses in the same street between 1903 and 1905;[2] the hôtel is executed in a more exuberant style than most of Brion's other realizations. For the structure, the architect used timber framing and walls of reinforced concrete the surface of which he then covered with stonemasonry. Between 1926 and 1972, the Hôtel Brion was used as an actual hotel, called Hôtel Marguerite, it is again in private hands since 1980.[3]



  1. ^ "Hôtel Brion, puis pension de famille appelée Hôtel Marguerite". French Ministry of Culture. Retrieved 28 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Auguste Brion". archi-wiki.org. Retrieved 28 October 2015.
  3. ^ "L'art nouveau dans nos quartiers : l'hôtel Brion au 22 rue Sleidan". adiq.fr. Retrieved 28 October 2015.

External links[edit]


  • Recht, Roland; Foessel, Georges; Klein, Jean-Pierre: Connaître Strasbourg, 1988, ISBN 2-7032-0185-0, page 272

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