In the footsteps of Art Deco

Cours Langlet

The Cours Jean-Baptiste Langlet was completely rebuilt following the First World War by bringing together four old streets. It was designed by the architect George Ford.

Included among the architects who created the buildings are Max Sainsaulieu, Émile Dufay-Lamy, Margotin & Roubert, Léon Louvet, André Ragot, Georges Bisson, Marcel Rousseau, Charles Lenostre and François Maille.