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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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"The international competition will allow us to ask the question of whether we should even recreate the spire as it was conceived by Viollet-le-Duc," Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said.
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.
This point is broached in Untitled, 2014, a fragment of an ongoing work, which started with a Xerox copy of the first edition of Eugene Viollet-le-Duc's Le massif du Mont Blanc (1876), in the Bibliotheque Nationale de France.
A cette epoque, la notion de patrimoine, "mot et chose [much less than] modernes [much greater than] pour reprendre les paroles du celebre architecte-restaurateur francais Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc (1), demeure centree sur la restauration des monuments historiques.
He includes Paul Frankl, Otto von Simson, Aby Warburg, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc and Meyer Schapiro in his explication of Gothic interpretations alongside less expected figures including Mies van der Rohe and Alois Riegl, the latter of which are treated in the section on 'Ornament, Style and Space'.
From the 1850s the city was restored under an ambitious project led by architect, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, and it now resembles a fairytale castle with conical turrets and dramatic gateways.
From the 1850s the cit was restored under an ambitious project lead by one architect, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, and it now resembles a fairytale castle with conical turrets and dramatic gateways.