Above is our freshly completed elevation of the Hôtel Potocki, built in 1884 by the architect Jules Reboul, which stands at 27 avenue Friedland in Paris's 8th arrondissement. The hôtel was among the grandest town palaces built in Paris in the late 19th century, designed in the neo-Louis XIV style that defined the era, its central, square-planned dome evoking the Tuileries palace and its column screens recalling the Enveloppe of Versailles.
Vincci Gala, a strangely appealing clash between tradition and modernism. The building itself dates to 1900 as part of the Cultural Heritage of Barcelona, including the stately and classical main façade and THE MAIN GRACEFUL MARBLE STAIRCASE. It's located in the most central area of Gaudí’s dream city, just a few steps away from the Plaza de Cataluña and the fragrant Las Ramblas.