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Hygiene - Expo Paris 1937

Hygiene at the Exhibition Expo Paris 1937
© Société pour le Développement du Tourisme 1937
Architect(s) : Mallet-Stevens et Coulon

The pavilion was built half on stilts.

It was a one-storey building in the middle of which the waters of the Seine formed a lake bordered by a continuous glass roof through which the Seine could be seen.

The ventilation was done under the conditioned mode. On one side was a rest room overlooking the river, on the other a room for conferences and educational projections. Inside, there were stands containing models representing the different techniques or provisions of modern hygiene with a view to improving the situation of individuals from childhood to old age.

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