Andersen, Hendrick Christian [Hrsg.]; Hébrard, Ernest M.   [Hrsg.]
Creation of a world centre of communication — Paris, 1913

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PLAN OF THE TEMPLE OF ART

1. - GREAT CENTRAL ROTUNDA UNDER THE DOME.

2. — PERMANENT SCULPTURE GALLERIES.

3. _ PERMANENT PAINTING GALLERIES, DRAWINGS AND

ENGRAVINGS.

4. _ DRAWINGS OF ARCHITECTURE, DECORATIVE ARTS.

5. - AUDITORIUM HOLDING FROM 3.500 TO 4.000 PEOPLE.

6. — STAGE. (Artists' rooms above the side galleries).

7. - HALLS CONNECTING THE PERMANENT MUSEUMS WITH

THE TEMPORARY EXHIBITION GALLERIES.

8. — TEMPORARY EXHIBITION GALLERIES.

9. - ROOMS FOR ARCHITECTURE AND DECORATIVE DESIGN

10. — ROOMS FOR ENGRAVINGS AND DRAWINGS.

11. — ROOMS FOR MEDAL ENGRAVING.

12. — SPACE FOR CAFES AND RESTAURANT.

13. - SPACE FOR CONFERENCES, RECEPTIONS, ETC.

Painting Exhibitions upon the first floor.

14. _ PORTICOES WITH MONUMENTS TO THE GREAT ARTISTS

A-B. — Courtyards leading to the Auditorium, with exits below 7. Into these courtyards would open the cafes, buffets,

deposit rooms, repairing and casting rooms, etc.
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