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Map of the Hotel Guimard, with a theater above the entrance Marie-Madeleine Guimard was a ballerina at the Paris Opera and earned 600 Francs per year. She made her fortune as mistress of the Prince de Soubise and had a hôtel particulier , or mansion, in Pantin , a Paris suburb.
Jefferson: The Architect In Paris. The original facade of the Hotel Guimard. Though less frequented by Jefferson, the Hotel Guimard nevertheless proved to be an influence in his later architectural work. Designed by famed architect Claude Nicolas Ledoux, the Hotel Guimard was constructed for Marie-Madeleine Guimard, a famed dancer and opera singer.
Hôtel Guimard is an Art Nouveau town house built in 1909–1912 by Hector Guimard for use as his home and architectural studio, with a studio for his wife, the painter Adeline Oppenheim Guimard. ... The house is located at 122 Avenue Mozart in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, France.
Hector Guimard & the Paris Metro Paris wasn't the first city to have an underground system, that was London, but the 1900 Paris Exposition was a reason to show the world that Paris, too, could build an efficient mode of mass transportation. In 1898 ... Includes pick-up at your Paris hotel.
Hôtel Guimard, dessin de Jean-Baptiste Maréchal Marie-Madeleine Guimard was a ballerina at the Paris Opera and earned 600 Francs per year. She made her fortune as mistress of the Prince de Soubise and had a hôtel particulier, or mansion, in Pantin, a Paris suburb.
Hotel Guimard by Hector Guimard architect, at Paris, France, 1912, architecture in the Great Buildings Online.
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Hector Guimard (1867-1942) Born in Lyon, Guimard attended the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, (1882-85), where he absorbed the theories of the great medievalist restorer and designer Eugene Viollet-le-Duc. In 1885 he continued his studies at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris,...
Early lifeEdit. In 1891 Guimard became an Assistant professor in descriptive geometry, shadow, and perspective drawings of the girls' section at the École des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. He was named a professor the following year in 1892 of the girls' section and was also named a professor of perspective in 1894. He remained there until 1900.
HOTEL MEZZARRA – 60 rue Jean de La Fontaine, 16th arrondissement. Rue Jean de la Fontaine concentrates a large number of buildings made by Hector Guimard. The Castel Beranger (see above), the buildings of the n° 17, 19 and 21 – more “conventional” – and the beautiful Mezzara Hotel. Mansion built in 1910 for Paul Mezzara,...