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Jules-Jean-Baptiste de Joly

(1788—1865)


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(1788–1865). French architect. A pupil of Percier and Fon-taine, he designed the Chambre des Députés, vestibule, Salon du Roi, and sumptuous Library (1821–33) in the Palais Bourbon, Paris, which he published in 1840 as Plans, coupes, élévations et détails de la restauration de la Chambre des Députés.

From A Dictionary of Architecture and Landscape Architecture in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Architecture.


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