CGA building
remarkable architecture

Art deco building

Built between 1928 and 1933 to house the headquarters of Compagnie Générale Accidents, the building, designed by architects Vié in pure Art Deco style, is today labeled heritage of the 20th century.

Les Vié draw a classic construction, symmetrically planned like an 18th century building or a seaside hotel of the 19th century. The style of the building is the reassuring face of the upheavals that architecture will experience through the use of concrete.