The museum Riga Art Nouveau Centre is the only museum in the Baltic States dedicated to the Art Nouveau heritage. The building of the museum at Alberta iela 12 was built in 1903 as a private house of the famous Latvian architect Konstantīns Pēkšēns ...

History of the museum

In 1997, Riga was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, particularly emphasising its Art Nouveau architecture. Professor Jānis Krastiņš from Riga Technical University was the first who came up with an idea of establishing a museum in Riga. Arc...


The museum collection consists of Art Nouveau objects manufactured or used in Riga and in the territory of Latvia in the early 20th century. Among the collected object there are furniture, items of interior design and applied arts, clothing and acc...


Reseau Art Nouveau Network

In 1999, following an idea mooted by the Brussels Region Department of Historic Sites and Monuments, a large group of institutions from various European cities with a rich Art Nouveau heritage - from Helsinki to Barcelona...

Alesund Art Nouveau Centre

Art Nouveau Centre, Alesund, Norway

Art Nouveau European Route

The Art Nouveau European Route is a non-profit association of local governments and non-governmental institutions that have joined together in a collective commitment to develop useful and efficient mechanisms for the international promotion and protection of Art Nouveau heritage.