|||||Visitors walk under a cantilevered section to access the inner ring|Nearly 580,000 names are engraved on the coated steel panels|A lateral shape counters the verticality of the adjacent basilica|The memorial sits next to France’s largest military cemetery||
02 Feb 2015

Philippe Prost’s Ring of Remembrance in France

Words by James McLachlan

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