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Citroen showroom, Paris, France
Citroën, have a long history of embracing modern architecture to create unique spaces in which to showcase their products. Examples include the iconic Marbeuf building, designed by Bazin and Laprade in 1929, a glass-façaded showroom on the Champs Elysées, designed by Maurice-Jacques Ravazé and opened in 1932. This was overhauled in 1984 as the ‘Hippo-Citroën’, a combination of car showroom, café and restaurant, the site has now been given a thoroughly modern reconstruction.
The new building, known as C42, was designed by architect Manuelle Gautrand... >>>