Fair Park constitue aujourd'hui le plus grand ensemble architectural Art Déco des États-Unis. Trois sculpteurs français participèrent à sa décoration.
Well-attended exhibitions in Paris in 1855 and 1867 helped to spread Second Empire style to England and then the United States
Popularized in the US by architect Richard Morris Hunt, the first American to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in France.
In 1925 the Exposition des Arts Decoratifs in Paris further promoted the popularity of Art Deco style architecture
The popularity of this style was advanced by the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893
Known as the French Eclectic style, French Provincial or French Chateau, the style was fashionable in the 1920s and 1930s.
The French Norman style is modeled after the rural vernacular architecture of the French countryside.
The style itself was imported directly from France
Patterned after the designs of monumental French chateaus of the 16th century
Vanderbilt’s 250-room French Renaissance chateau is a true marvel
Paul Philippe Cret (1876-1945) submitted drawings that impressed the members of the Board of Governors.
Architect George Applegarth was chosen to design this three-quarter-scale adaptation of the eighteenth-century Parisian original
The St. Louis Cathedral is one of New Orleans' most notable landmarks. Few cities in the world are so identified by a building as is New Orleans.
This book presents a comprehensive overview of the seminal early work of a century of American architects who studied at the famous school before going on to design and build many of the nation’s most important buildings and monuments.
Creative minds from France made their mark on Philadelphia with the realization of our grand boulevard, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.