|During his career Tony Garnier worked on more than 80 architectural
and urban planning projects.
In 1899, he designed a headquarters for a State
bank, for which he was awarded the “Grand Prix de Rome”
and spent four years at “Villa Médicis”
(Rome, Italy). The main product from his stay in Rome were,
Tusculum, but above all, the “Industrial City”,
his study for the construction of a city, published in 1917.
Among his numerous projects, the most
famous ones are: Competition
for a social housing district organized by the Rothschild Foundation
(1905), Industrial Neighbourhood for silk weaving (1908), Trades
Union Council (1919-1922), Thalassa (1923), Development of the
confluence zone between Saône and Rhône, movie theatre
(1924) and Pavillon of Lyon-Saint-Etienne (1925).
See a complete list of Tony Garnier's projets