Immeubles en série

The garden of the Grand Hôtel Continental was partially subdivided in 1930. Two streets opened up, with buildings of a uniform style.

They are representative of many buildings in Nice at that time, with their facades coexisting rusticated stone and colored concrete. The architects of this ensemble (Honoré Aubert, Gaston Messiah and Louis Milon de Peillon) sought, thanks to this process of cement tinted in the mass, to rediscover the specificity of traditional Nice buildings with highly colored lime coatings.


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