Galeries Sainte-Luce in Lausanne were built between 1931 and 1934 by architects Charles Trivelli and Josef Austermayer as a mixed use project. They contain apartments on six levels as well as a base for commercial purposes and a cinema.
The inner courtyard contains a spectacular circular atrium.
Galeries Sainte-Luce, Lausanne
Galeries Sainte-Luce, Lausanne
Galeries Sainte-Luce, Lausanne
Galeries Sainte-Luce, Lausanne
Galeries Sainte-Luce, Lausanne - circular atrium
Galeries Sainte-Luce, Lausanne - circular atrium
Galeries Sainte-Luce, Lausanne - circular atrium
Galeries Sainte-Luce, Lausanne - circular atrium
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