Viollet-le-Duc


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Viollet-le-Duc

Eug?ne Emmanuel . 1814--79, French architect and leader of the Gothic Revival in France, noted for his dictionary of French architecture (1854--68) and for his restoration of medieval buildings
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Viollet-le-Duc, 47-8: "Je vous conjure done de vouloir bien ordonner que tous les manuscrits de l'Abbaye soient transportes a la Bibliotheque de Saint-Aourent, et qu'on cherche ceux qui manquent d' apres le catalogue existant.
Segun Richard Etlin, (12) Eugene Viollet-le-Duc en sus Entretiens sur 1'Architecture (1863) desarrolla el concepto de mise en scene (puesta en escena), al describir en arquitecturas de varias civilizaciones el modo como los edificios estaban dispuestos para generar un sentido de anticipacion y sorpresa mediante "transiciones habilmente manejadas".
Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc, [much less than] Restauration [much greater than], in Dictionnaire raisonne de l'archrtecture frangaise du XI[o] au XVI[e] siecle, 9 tomes (Paris: Libraries-imprimeries reunies, 1860), tome 8: 14.
Alli recibio la influencia de los tres mayores teoricos de la arquitectura del siglo xix: el ya citado Viollet-le-Duc y los britanicos John Ruskin y William Morris.
Mimarlikta malzemelerin dogalarina uygun bir gekilde kullanilmasini yine "dogruluk" kavramiyla ozdeglegtiren Viollet-le-Duc icin ise bu doga, temel olarak malzemenin dayanim kapasitesi anlamini tagimigtir.
Son estos algunos ejemplos entresacados de la memoria que nos permiten conocer mejor la personalidad de Arturo Melida y su manera de entender la restauracion monumental y poder calificarlo como el arquitecto espanol mas proximo y vinculado con la practica restauradora francesa de Viollet-le-Duc.
From the 1850s the cite was restored under an ambitious project lead by one architect, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, and it now resembles a fairy-tale castle with conical turrets and dramatic gateways.
Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, the principal architect, had firm ideas about how it should be done: "To restore an edifice is not to maintain it, repair it or remake it, it is to re-establish it in a complete state that may never have existed at a given moment.
Photography', wrote French Gothic Revival architect Eugene-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc, 'seems to have arrived just in time to assist the great work of restoring ancient edifices'.
What you see today is the work of 19th century restorer and medieval enthusiast Viollet-le-Duc who painstakingly oversaw the impressive reconstruction of the citadel.
The rescuers won, and in 1844 France's famous architect and great restorer, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc (1814-79).
A campaign succeeded in saving La Cite and in 1844 architect Eugene Viollet-le-Duc began its restoration, stirring controversy by adding roofs to towers previously open to the skies.