Hôtel Porgès

The Hôtel Porgès was a hôtel particulier on Avenue Montaigne in Paris, designed for Jules Porgès in 1892 by Ernest Sanson, with a garden by Achille Duchêne, on the site of the Maison pompéienne. It was sold in 1937 after his widow's death and demolished in the 1960s to make way for flats.[1]

Its garden facade

SourcesEdit

  1. ^ "The real estate assets of Jules Porgès in France". www.porges.net.

Coordinates: 48°51′57″N 2°18′17″E / 48.8659°N 2.3047°E / 48.8659; 2.3047