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Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.  A must see.

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits. A must see.

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. The faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.  A must see.

Guimard's masterpiece of epitomises art nouveau in Paris. The faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. The faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.  A must see.

The faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. Green seahorses climb the façade.  They not just decoration - they help support the building.  The faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.  A must see.

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Le Castel Béranger entrance door, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris.  Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.  A must see.

Le Castel Béranger entrance door, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits. A must see.

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.  A must see.

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits. A must see.

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.  A must see.

Le Castel Béranger, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits. A must see.

Le Castel Béranger entrance door, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. Dreamed up in 1898 by Hector Guimard, the wild combination of materials and the grimacing grillwork led neighbors to call it Castle Dérangé (Deranged). Yet the project catapulted the 27-year-old Guimard into the public eye, leading to his famous métro commission. After ogling the sea-inspired front entrance, go partway down the alley to admire the…

Le Castel Béranger entrance door, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. Dreamed up in 1898 by Hector Guimard, the wild combination of materials and the grimacing grillwork led neighbors to call it Castle Dérangé (Deranged). Yet the project catapulted the 27-year-old Guimard into the public eye, leading to his famous métro commission. After ogling the sea-inspired front entrance, go partway down the alley to admire the…

Le Castel Béranger entrance door, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits.  A must see.

Le Castel Béranger entrance door, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits. A must see.

Le Castel Béranger entrance door, 14 rue la Fontaine - Paris, France XVI. Guimard's masterpiece of 1895-98 epitomises art nouveau in Paris. From outside you can see his love of brick and wrought iron, asymmetry and renunciation of harsh angles not found in nature. Green seahorses climb the façade, and the faces on the balconies are thought to be self-portraits, inspired by Japanese figures, to ward off evil spirits. A must see.

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