Tour Perret



Blue print (reproduction) by Auguste Perret

The Perret Tower was designed in 1942 as part of the reconstruction project of Alphonse-Fiquet’s square and Amiens’ railway station after the massive destruction of the beginning of the Second World War. It remains abandoned for seven years until its acquisition in 1959 by the architect François Spoerry. He founded a real estate company and arranged the tower into apartments and offices. The tower was at the time an achievement in the use of reinforced concrete. The tour Perret was initially 104 meters high (110 meters today) with 27 floors. It was for a long time the tallest skyscraper in Western Europe.

Paper: Hahnemühle photo Rag 308g/m2
Medium:  “giclée” artprint with anti-aging pigment inks
Guarantee: certificate of authenticity signed by the architect

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2xA1 (84 x 59,4 cm) – N° ../12, 2xA2 (42 x 118,8 cm) – N° ../12, 2xA3 (29,7 x 84 cm) – N° ../24, 2xA4 (21 x 59,4 cm) – N° ../48


Unframed, Black brushed aluminium, Natural oak, Floater frame in natural oak, Black floater frame

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