Immeuble Palais Mary

Named after the Queen Mary, the building was designed in a style inspired by ocean liners, with a rounded glass corner and round iron railings reminiscent of a ship's rail.

Architect Kevork Arsenian completed it in 1941, creating a new relationship between the interior and exterior. The glass parts now occupy a prominent place on the walls, with each bay opening onto a balcony that extends across the entire facade.


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