jugendstilvillaVilla Huesgen and Art Deco

One of the most famous architects for Art Noveau Bruno Moehring (1863-1929) got the order to build a bridge in Traben-Trarbach, which for the first time in history connected both parts of the City. At the same time Moehring socialized with the wealthy citizens and built a number of impressive buildings, which characterize the Art Noveau image of Traben-Trarbach. Villa Huesgen, completed 1904, was one of its most ambitious private assignments. It’s located next to the big cellars of the winery, just across the railway. Today the Villa is office and residence of the family.

pdf-buttonArt Deco in Traben-Trarbach