Château de Serville
Château de Serville
Château de Mervilly,
La Vespière, Calvados, France
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Château de Mormoulins
Chaudon, Eure-et-Loir, France
10th-century castle, rebuilt from ruins around 1820.
Centre de vacances of the town of Saint-Ouen these days
Sketch Harris Vertu Jakarta
FERNANDO HIGUERAS, Centro de Restauraciones en la Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid, Spain, 1965
Château de La Gaudinière
La Ville-aux-Clercs, Loir-et-Cher, France
Neo-Renaissance castle built in the mid-XIXth century. Acquired by an couple from New York in 1923 for hosting Armenian orphans. Burned down in 1934, never rebuilt.
Sketch Casa Domaine Jakarta
Municipalidad / Town Hall
FERNANDO HIGUERAS Foundation, Madrid, Spain, 1972
Château de Mythème
Martigne-sur-Mayenne, Mayenne, France
Castle built in the mid-19th century for the Jourdan family. Private property these days, hosting corporate, cultural events and serves as a hotel as well.
Sketch Capital Place Jakarta
SKY building. Osaka, Japan.
Château du Francport (or des Bonshommes since 2014)
Choisy-au-Bac, Oise, France
Built in the mid-eighteenth century by the Marquis de L’Aigle, replacing a former 17th century Chateau and standing on the original site of an eleventh century monastery. It is famed for being Napoleon III’s favourite hunting lodge.
The Marquis family owned the Chateau until the 1990’s when it was purchased by the London & Paris properties. The Chateau was converted into a 74-bedroom luxury hotel in the late 1990’s.
In 1918 it was erroneously reported in national papers that the armistice was signed in the great hall of the Chateau, but we know now this was signed in a railway carriage only metres down the road from the Chateau.
In WW2 just before the German occupation the Marquis family hid all the Chateau’s valuables in a secret room in the library. During the war under German occupation the Chateau was Luftwaffe Headquarters, then RAF Headquarters and once the Chateau was returned to its rightful owner after the war, the valuables hadn’t been discovered.
Koé Donuts, Kyoto, Japan
Le Petit Château Féodal
Sassenage, Isère, France
It had belonged to the Château de Beaurevoir, a Castle built over the ruins of an ancien 13-th century fortification. The builder of Beaurevoir, A. Terray built this small, petit Castle a few years later, but it was destroyed during an exposion around 1914.
Sketch Plaza Indonesia