Nineteen architectural follies, modular pavilions, will line avenue Charles-de-Gaulle in Neuilly-sur-Seine (Haute-de-Seine) in 2025, designed by architects Manuelle Gautrand and Edouard François, unveiled Tuesday, September 27 Mayor Jean-Christophe Fromantin during a press conference.
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