The European Henry van de Velde Route

Gent

    • Central Library and Institute for Art History and Archaeology at the University of Gent 1932 – 1936
    • Polyclinic of Dr Martens 1932 – 1933
    • Private residence of Dr Martens, "Landing" 1933 – 1934
    • Design museum

      Paris

        • Théâtre des Champs-Elysées 1910 – 1911 (design)
        • Musée d’Orsay, decorative arts section

          Scheveningen

          • Private residence of Dr W. Leuring, "De Zeemeeuw" (The Seagull) 1901 - 1902

          Brüssel

            • Private residence, "Bloemenwerf" 1894 – 1895
            • Private residence of Louise Sèthe 1897
            • Private residence of Otlet 1894 – 1900
            • Monument to Frédéric de Merode 1898
            • Private residence of De Brouckère 1900
            • Private residence of Cohen 1927
            • "La nouvelle maison" (The New House) 1928
            • Private residence of Wolfers 1930 – 1931
            • Semi-detached house of de Bodt 1931 – 1932
            • Private residence of Gregoire-Lagasse
            • Grave of Marie Sèthe and Henry van de Velde

              Leuven

              • Technical school 1936 - 1943

              Otterlo

                • Detached house, "Otterlo" 1920 – 1921
                • Monument to Hart Theunis Steyn (Steynbank) 1920 – 1921
                • Kröller-Müller Museum 1936 – 1957

                  Hagen

                    • Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum (formerly Museum Folkwang) 1902
                    • Private residence, "Hohenhof" (K. E. Osthaus) 1907 – 1908
                    • Private residence of Rudolf Springmann 1910 – 1911
                    • Gatehouse or gardener's house of the former private residence of Theodor Springmann 1915 – 1916
                    • The Schede House 1904

                      Hanover

                      • Heinemanhof”  1929 - 1931

                      Weimar

                        • Nietzsche Archive 1903
                        • Former School of Arts and Crafts 1905 – 1906
                        • Former Art School (today the Bauhaus University) 1904 and 1911
                        • “Haus Hohe Pappeln” (House of the Tall Poplars) (private residence of van de Velde) 1907 – 1908
                        • “Palais Dürckheim” (Dürckheim Palace) 1912 – 1913
                        • „Haus Henneberg“ (House of Henneberg) 1913 – 1914
                        • Grave memorial to Koetschau 1909
                        • Summer theatre for Louise Dumont (design) 1904

                          Jena

                          • Ernst Abbe monument 1909 - 1911

                          Gera

                          • Private residence of Paul Schulenburg 1913 - 1914

                          Lauterbach

                          • County estate of Arnold Esche 1907 - 1908

                           Island of Rügen

                          • Ralswiek Castle: Hugo Sholto Graf Douglas  1914

                          Berlin

                            • Bröhan Museum
                            • German Historical Museum
                            • Museum of Decorative Arts

                              Chemnitz

                                • Villa Herbert Esche 1903 and 1911
                                • Villa Quisisana: Theodor Koerner sr. around 1907
                                • Villa Dr Theodor Koerner jr. 1914
                                • Chemnitz Lawn Tennis Club (not preserved): Fritz Esche 1908