Louis Garros

Louis Garros (1833-1911), who gave his name to the address of the Villa, built and renovated a large number of wine châteaux (called “pinardiers”) in the Bordeaux region and in Languedoc, notably the châteaux of Valmirande, Roueïre, Pinet and Libouriac.

In addition, he also built the Hôtel Exshaw, the Martin building and the Parliament fountain in Bordeaux. In his works, Louis Garros eclectically used the styles of the French Renaissance and English Gothic.