What to expect next


There have been some requests to add maps, so you can easily find Guimard's buildings when you visit Paris. I will see what I can do. At least I will try.


Updates

September 27, 2004:A new link in the Link & books page to the site of Le Cercle Guimard. A society of Guimard specialists who make it their object to promote and conserve Guimard's work.

July 18, 2004: A new book (number 5) and a link to the site of La Hublotiere in the Link & books page.

March 1, 2002: Unique pictures of the inside of Castel Beranger as it is today. These pictures are shown here by kind permission of Sylvain Schwartz.

September 18,2001: Another new Art Nouveau link, this time in Norwegian: www.artemisia.no/arc/nouveau

July 12, 2001: So this is my new home. I hope you're not too much bothered by the ads in the upper right corner. I can't help it. That's the price we have to pay for a free site, I guess.
Just enjoy the pictures and don't forget to visit the sites on the 'Links & books' page, and keep sending questions and comments.

July 5, 2001: The Art Nouveau is still alive. Another great site has been added to the 'Links'-page: lartnouveau.ifrance.com

Januari 21, 2001: Added pictures of Villa Flore and the house on Square Jasmin

January 13, 2001: New link added: cv.iesa.fr/guimard   This site contains detailed descriptions of Guimard's buildings

December 11, 2000: To make it even easier for you to to let me know what you think of this site, I added a guestbook on the Contact page

December 8, 2000: "Contact" page added

December 7, 2000: More links added

December 5, 2000: Pictures of Hotel Guimard added.

December 3, 2000: New links added on the "links & books" page.

November 30, 2000: New pictures of the Abbesses subway station.

November 29, 2000: Added Maison Coilliot and the Caillat family tomb-stone.

November 27, 2000: Total redesign of the site.
The new design makes the site easier to maintain, so now I will be able to keep my promise when I announce updates.

May 15, 2000: Some minor additions.

April 20, 2000: First version of this site.
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