Hector Guimard art nouveau detail on a Paris Metro station entrance

Hector Guimard- art nouveau detail in a parisian metro station entrance

Hector Art Nouveau interior | hector guimard | Tumblr

Sarah Pinyan posted art nouveau interior - Inside Castel Beranger, 14 Rue Fontaine to her -nice signs- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

https://flic.kr/p/s5Cy7B | Fauteuils réalisés par Hector Guimard pour la salle de concert Humbert de Romans à Paris, construite entre 1898 et 1901 et détruite entre 1904 et 1907 - Musée d'Orsay, Paris

Armchairs made by Hector Guimard for the concert hall Humbert de Romans in Paris, built between 1898 and 1901 and destroyed between 1904 and 1907 - Musée d'Orsay, Paris

Paris Metro Porte Dauphine Paris, France Hector Guimard

The architect Hector Guimard was awarded the whole conception of the french tube stations.

14, rue La Fontaine et hameau Béranger - Pais 16e Hector Guimard architecte

Nouveau oh oh oh bnreimels: standard-of-beauty: Paris, Hector Guimard (via TumbleOn)

I love the old Art Nouveau Paris Metro signs

I love all the old Metro signs dotted around the city. So much nicer than the ones we have in London for the Underground!

Le Castel Orgeval d'Hector Guimard

Manoir Style, Art Nouveau Home in the Paris region of France by Hector Guimard - dates from 6 bedrooms + housekeepers separate quarters. The home contains its' original architectural features such as fireplaces, moldings, floors, fenestrations etc.

GUIMARD Hector - Bouche du métro Étoile ► Place Charles de Gaulle - détruite

It looks like an Guimard entrace to the Paris Metro, but it's located in NYC at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).