Room 4: Husserl
This double room located on the (cobbled) street side offers an amazing view of the Great Beguinage of Leuven (anno 1232). The room also offers a cosy sitting corner as well as a bathroom with bath.
Edmund Husserl was an Austrian-German philosopher (1852-1938). He was greatly influential on the 20th century way of thinking. He is regarded as founder of phenomenology. His extensive archives are stored at the faculty of Philosophy of the University of Leuven