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Exhibition of 1900. Overlooking a small lake at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the lightning Palace was Ponsin greatest work, glassware and paintings on glass that had never existed. This construction occupied a position of 196 sqm. It was constructed from a metal frame placed on a granite rock which flowed in a cascade of 12 meters high. Two side staircases led to a large booth and rococo, except the metal frame it was built entirely of glass worked in all its forms.