Portal to the World Exhibition 1900 in Paris
René Binet (* 1866 in Chaumont (Yonne) ; † July 19, 1911 in Ouchy ) was a French painter and architect of Art Nouveau .
From 1886 René Binet was a student of
Victor Laloux at the École des beaux-arts in Paris.
World Exhibition in Paris in 1900 he built a monumental portal and the agricultural pavilion.
1891: Chapelain Prize
1893: Chaudesaignes Prize
1896: Rougevin Prize
1898: 2nd prize for the competition design for the Grand Palace at the
1900 World's Fair
1901: Knight of the
Legion of Honor
1910: Medal of the
Société centrale des architectes
Pont Notre-Dame in Paris 1908: Telephone exchange at Rue Gutenberg in Paris
around 1908: Madeleine post office in Paris
1909: Mail and Telegraph Office of the Maison Dorée,
Boulevard des Italiens in Paris 1910/11: Conversion and expansion of the
Printemps department store in Paris
Franco Borsi / Ezio Godoli: Parisian buildings at the turn of the century. Architecture and design of the French metropolis around 1900 . Nikol Verlagsgesellschaft, Hamburg (no year), ISBN 3-930656-65-5 .
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