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Comptoir National d'Escompte - Expo Paris 1900

Comptoir National d'Escompte at the Exhibition Expo Paris 1900
Architect(s) : Constant Bernard

The Comptoir d'escompte pavilion, located in the park of the Champ de Mars, on the Suffren side, occupied 100 square metres. It was a small square building with one floor and a terrace, built by Mr. Constant Bernard, architect.

On the ground floor, there was a peristyle forming a dispatch room, the bank's hall, an accredited guests' lounge, a study and an office; on the first floor, two lounges, a dining room and an archive.

Made of wood, plaster and slate, the building was reminiscent, on a small scale, of the imposing building created by the Comptoir d'escompte on rue Bergère.

©Exposition universelle de 1900 à Paris