Eugène Elie Beaudouin (French architect, 1898-1983)
General view, from east, depicting entire façade with immediate context, showing contrast between traditional Paris streetscape and the tower; At the time of construction the tower, with 59 floors, was classified as the highest building not only in Paris but Europe. The tower became a symbol of new modern Paris.
Type of Workoffice building
architectural exteriors, Modernist, International Style (modern European architecture style)
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