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Villa Demoiselle (Reims)
Page describing how the Villa Demoiselle was built in Reims in 1909 according to the plans of the architect Louis Sorel (1867-1934) for Louise Pommery. In French.
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Pullman Orient Express (Paris)
This train created in 1883 includes an Art Nouveau restaurant car designed by the artiste René Lalique. Website in French and English.
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Hector Guimard (Paris)
The first website entirely dedicated to Hector Guimard, designed by a Dutch admirer, René Veenstra. In English.
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Fragrance 1900 (Paris)
Website dislaying inventories and photos of works by Art Nouveau artists Hector Guimard (including the Castel Béranger) and Jules Lavirotte. In French.
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Brasserie des Brotteaux (Lyon)
Art Nouveau brasserie built in 1913 in Lyon where you can admire handpainted mouldings and tiles. In French.
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Le Train Bleu (Paris)
Website of famous Parisian Restaurant "Le Train Bleu" which was built in the Lyon station for the 1900 World Fair. In French and English.
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Musée de la Céramique (Rouen)
Two rooms of the museum are dedicate to the 19th and 20th centuries, about 100 works as a whole. Three sets illustrate the last quarter of the XIXth century, creation around 1900 and the interwar period. In French.
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Le Castel Bérenger (Paris)
Page about the building by Hector Guimard. In French.
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La Hublotière (Paris)
La villa Berthe, plus connue sous le nom de « la Hublotière », a été construite du printemps à l'automne 1896 par l'architecte Hector Guimard. Site en français et anglais.
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Photos of "La Hublotière" (Paris)
Photo gallery of "La Hublotière" by Catherine Donnefort. In French.
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Metropolitan (Paris)
Webpage dedicated to the Parisian metropolitan stations designed by Hector Guimard. In French.
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Surface d'Hector Guimard (Paris)
Mathematic analysis of the shape of Guimard's glass covers, by Robert Ferréol and Jean Mandonnet. In French.
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Le Castel Val (Auvers-sur-Oise)
Website dedicated to the house built by Hector Guimard in 1903. In French.
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Fontes artistiques d'Hector Guimard (Paris)
Plus de de 45 planches du fameux catalogue visibles sur ce site dédié à la fonte d’art.
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Hôtel Guimard (Paris)
Map of the hotel five levels on the website of the University of Granada in Spain. In Spain.
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Chronological Line of the Museum of Decorative Arts (Paris) (Paris)
Fashion and textile. In French and English.
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Strasbourg's municipal baths (Strasbourg)
These municipal baths, designed by architect Fritz Beblo, are included in the inventory of historical monuments. This temple of hydrotherapy has two pools, one for women and one for men decorated with vaulted ceilings, fountains, stained-glass windows and Prussian blue tiles.
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High School of Decorative Arts of Strasbourg (Strasbourg)
The building, built in 1892 under the leadership of the chief architect of the city Johann Carl Edward Ott and Roederer in the intellectual movement of the Werkbund, is at the heart of a former botanical garden. The façade listed as historical monument since 1981, is decorated with ceramic tiles of Leon Elchinger, allegorical figures representing the major science, geometry, archeology, architecture, painting, sculpture, and with plant motifs.
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Villa Schutzenberger (Strasbourg)
Art nouveau villa built in 1898 and 1899 by architects Berninger and Krafft on behalf of Oscar Schützenberger. In French and German.
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Egyptian House (Strasbourg)
The Egyptian house was designed in 1905 by the young and slef-taught Franz Scheyder for a tailor. Painted in vivid colors with a giant mural, the facade is decorated with the representation of a duck hunting in the marshes of the Nile carried out by Adolf Zilly.
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