Introduction
Jean André Tschumi (born February 14, 1904 Plainpalais, now a neighborhood of Geneva, Switzerland, died January 25, 1962  · ) was a Swiss architect and professor at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. A member of the Modern Movement, Jean Tschumi is known for his buildings for Sandoz (laboratory, factory), Nestlé (pavilions at various international fairs, headquarters), la Mutuelle Vaudoise (headquarters), as well as for some of his projects (underground Paris souterrain, observation tower, etc.).
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Introduction
Swiss architect.
Nationality
Swiss
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect
Name
Jean Tschumi
Ulan
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