The architect was Jules Hardouin-Mansart and the cost of this reconstruction was totaled to belivres. It was frequented by the aristocracy, the middle classes, and the lower orders.
Inhe decided to commercialise the residence by letting out the area Palais royal the colonnades to retailers and service-providers and inthe gardens and surrounding structures of the Palais-Royal opened to the public as a shopping and entertainment complex.
This second theatre continued to be used by the Opera untilwhen it was also destroyed by fire, but this time Palais royal was not rebuilt. By night, it became the haunt of libertines, off-duty soldiers and prostitutes, many of whom rented apartments in the building.
After Palais royal Regency, the social life of the palais became much more subdued. Stores were fitted with long glass exterior windows at the time shop glazing was virtually unknown in ParisPalais royal allowed the emerging middle classes to window shop and indulge in fantasies, even when they may not have been able to afford the high retail prices.
Thus, the Palais-Royal became one of the first examples of a new style of shopping arcade, frequented by both the aristocracy and the middle classes.
Retailers operating out of the Palais complex were among the first in Europe to adopt fixed prices and thereby spare their clients the hassle of bartering. Louis had it connected to the Palais-Royal. For the convenience of the bride, new apartments were built and furnished in the wing facing east on the rue de Richelieu.
The first theatre, which opened on 23 Octoberwas a small puppet theatre in the northwest corner of the gardens at the intersection of the Galerie de Montpensier and the Galerie de Beaujolais. However, prices were never a deterrent, as these new arcades came to be the place to shop and to be seen.
Stores were fitted with long glass windows which allowed the emerging middle-classes to window shop and indulge in fantasies. Thus, the Palais-Royal became one of the first of the new style of shopping arcades and became a popular venue for the wealthy to congregate, socialise and enjoy their leisure time.
Arcades offered shoppers the promise of an enclosed space away from the chaos that characterised the noisy, dirty streets; a warm, dry space away from the elements; and a safe-haven where people could socialise and spend their leisure time.
Later, beginning with the political turmoil of the Revolutionthis theatre was known by a variety of other names. The retail outlets specialised in luxury goods such as fine jewellery, furs, paintings and furniture designed to appeal to the wealthy elite. The Duchess created the ornamental gardens of the palace, which were said Palais royal be among the most beautiful in Paris.
Both of these new theatres were designed by Victor Louisthe architect who also designed the garden galleries for the complex. Shopping arcade[ edit ] Over a decade or so, sections of the Palais were transformed into shopping arcades that became the centre of 18th-century Parisian social, economic and social life.
Promenading in the arcades became a popular eighteenth century pastime for the emerging middle classes. Louis XV moved the court back to Versailles and Paris was again ignored. In the Revolution ofthe Paris mob trashed and looted the Palais-Royal.
The palace itself fronts on its small square. Along the galeries, ladies of the night lingered, and smart gambling casinos were lodged in second-floor quarters.
Under the new ducal couple, the Palais-Royal would become the social center of the capital. Illustration, from an guide to Paris, enlarges the apparent scale.Shop Stage Stores for great deals on brand name clothing, shoes, accessories and gifts for men, women, teens, and kids!
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