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Pierre Chareau

Pierre Chareau
Pierre Chareau (4 August 1883 24 August 1950) was a French architect and designer.

Early life
Chareau was born in Le Havre, France. He went to the cole nationale suprieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris by the time he was 17.

Chareau is credited for building the first house in France made of steel and glass, the Maison de Verre.Wikipedia:Link rot His designs were noted for their complex nature. Chareau was a member of Congrs International d'Architecture Moderne.
Clubhouse of Beauvallon golf course, built in Sainte-Maxime in 1926-1927

References Further reading

Brian Brace Taylor: Pierre Chareau, Taschen, 1998 Dominique Vellay: La Maison de Verre, Thames & Hudson, 2007 Marc Vellay and Kenneth Frampton: Pierre Chareau. Architect and Craftsman 1883-1950, Rizzoli, 1990
Maison de Verre 1928-1932

External links
Pierre Chareau (http://pierrechareau-edition. com/) at

Bureau-bibliothque de Pierre Chareau, Muse des Arts Dcoratifs, Paris

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