Hébert room


Région Bretagne

Région Bretagne
Rennes, France

The Hébert room at the Émile Zola school in Rennes is a former chemistry room that was created in the 1880s. It contains original furniture, designed by architect Jean-Baptiste Martenot. In 1933–1934, the lab benches were reupholstered with a mosaic coating created by the Odorico company. Today, the Hébert room is a heritage space housing part of the school's education collections.


  • Title: Hébert room
  • Date Created: 1880/1890
  • Subject Keywords: Brittany, School, Laboratory, Rennes, Chemistry
  • Type: Room

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