Located on prestigious Howe Street in Chicago, Illinois, this classic limestone manor captures the essence of a Parisian city home.
An exquisite redevelopment project at 27 East 79th Street in heart of the Upper East Side in New York City by French design firm Cabinet Alberto Pinto takes influence from the Beaux-Arts classical style architecture that is notable in the neighborhood. One of the most widely recognized examples of the revivalist style in the area is the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The renovation of this 1929 beaux-arts style home in Pacific Heights, San Francisco, California included a modern retrofit of the entire house and a rooftop deck.
Take a look inside the most famous opera house in the world. The Paris Opera House, Palais Garnier, in Paris, France is known for its opulent Baroque style interior decor and Beaux-Arts exterior architecture.
The construction of the Palais Garnier began in 1861 and was completed in 1875.
Recent restoration of the auditorium includes the ceiling area with a new painting in a modern style by Marc Chagall. At the centre of the painting is the grand chandelier.