CANNES - a short history of architecture

CANNES - a short history of architecture

CANNES
a short history of architecture

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This short history of architecture provides an insight into more than 100 major buildings in Cannes, taking you on a stroll through the city’s streets and centuries of architectural movements. Whether you love Cannes, architecture or exploring new neighbourhoods, this book will help you discover more about the town through its buildings. From the extraordinary architecture built by the Lérins monks and the medieval remains of Le Suquet to the palace hotels and villas of the 19th century, let the masterpieces of Cannes be your guide.

Discover: Cloister of the abbey of Lérins, île Saint-Honorat chapels , Monastery tower , Rebuilding of the abbey , Medieval castle , Sainte-Anne chapel, Le Suquet tower, Danys tower, Sainte-Catherine church, The Grand Jardin, Miséricorde chapel, Saint-Cassien chapel, Notre-Dame-d’Espérance church, Royal Fort of île Sainte-Marguerite, The islands in the 18th century, Cannonball ovens, Forville mill, Natural ventilation, Pinchinat inn, Villa éléonore-Louise, Château de Vallombrosa, Cannes – winter resort, The first hotels, Arrival of the railways, Grand Jas cemetery, Château Scott, Belle époque hotels, Belle époque villas, Town hall, Kiosque des Allées, Villa Rothschild, Boulevard Carnot, Saint-Georges church, Bellini chapel, The lower town and port, The Russian community, Art Nouveau, Villa La Malmaison, Musée Bonnard, Grotto, Carlton Hôtel, Lycée Carnot, Water tower in Super-Cannes, Art Deco in Cannes, Villa Romée, Palm Beach casino, Hôtel Martinez, Marché Forville, Villa Domergue, Service station La Californie, Californie observatory, Maritime railway station, Résidence Saint-Michel-Valetta, Résidence Gallia, Alexandra Palace, Grand Hôtel, El Ranchito, Bourse du Travail, Palais des Festivals, Palais des Victoires, Seashore kiosks, Hôpital des Broussailles, District school J.-de-Romilly, Multiplex cinema, University campus.

  • ISBN - 9782377860128
  • Nombre de pages - 104
  • Format - 15 x 10,5
  • Parution - déc. 2021