(23.) Levy B, Mansart
A, Montemont C, Gibot S, Mallie J-P, Regnault V et al.
When I first met Mr Garcia, almost 30 years ago, he had recently embarked on the restoration and furnishing of the piano nobile of a majestic stone mansion near the Place des Vosges that was the second property he bought in the Marais--the Hotel Mansart
de Sagonne, built between 1667 and 1670 by Jules Hardouin-Mansart, Louis XIV's chief architect, for his own family.
"Children of Toromiro," Animated; Follow the four Mansart
children on an adventure through history and time.
In the words of Anthony Blunt, the achievement of the architect Jules Haidouin Mansart
(1646-1708) was 'entirely fostered by parvenus ...
Follow the four Mansart
children on an exciting adventure through history as they race against the dawn of a new millennium in order to save the world from evil and darkness; 26 x 26 min.
"Children of Toromiro," the Mansart
children brave new lands, encounter different cultures, but the most difficult challenge is escaping the evil Avidhatti; 26 x 26 min.
The city could pass for a Tunisian market were it not for the distinctive Mansart
roofs and ornate Second Empire architectural stylings peeking out of the sand, along with a now-shorter Eiffel Tower in the distance.