Rue Mallet Stevens, Paris

The street hides the housing complex designed in 1929 by Robert Mallet-Stevens composed of four housing blocks that create a private dead-end crossing including ateliers at the ground floor (one used to be Mallet-Stevens’ office and is now an art gallery open to the public). The replica of the red fountain that Robert Mallet-Stevens initially designed for the Saint Jean de Luz casino, is now installed in front of the workshop of the rue Mallet Stevens Martel brothers.

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