Category:Palais de Bourbon and Hôtel de Lassay in Architecture françoise (1752)

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English: Palais de Bourbon and Hôtel de Lassay, twelve plates from vol. 1, book 2, chapter 23 of Jacques-François Blondel's Architecture françoise. See also Category:Architecture françoise. (Blondel uses the variant name Palais de Bourbon, rather than Palais Bourbon. The latter is more commonly used today.) The principal architect of the original buildings, as depicted in these plates, was Jean Aubert. Blondel attributes the designs to Jacques Gabriel as well as Aubert, however it is now believed that Gabriel only acted as a consultant.

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