In the footsteps of Art Deco

Rue de Vesle and the Magasin Moderne department store

The Grand Bazar was destroyed during the First World War. In 1922, the shop was rebuilt as a Magasin Moderne according to plans by Léon Lamaizières. It was rebuilt once again in 1933 (following a fire) using plans designed by Émile Dufay-Lamy, which were then modified in 1961 by Dory and Guullard de Gallarbois.