The St. Hubert Gallery
If the arcade is the classical form of the intérieur, which is how the flâneur sees the street, the department store is the form of the intérieur's decay. The bazaar is the last hangout of the flâneur. If in the beginning the street had become an intérieur for him, now this intérieur turned into a street, and he roamed through the labyrinth of merchandise as he had once roamed through the labyrinth of the city...
I think Walter Benjamin said that.
"I'll let you be in my dreams if I can be in yours." I said that (sauntering in the St. Hubert Gallery).