Introduction
Joseph-Eugène-Anatole de Baudot (14 October 1834 – 28 February 1915) was a French architect and a pioneer of reinforced-concrete construction. He was a prolific author, architect for diocesan buildings, architect for historical monuments, and a professor of architecture. He is known for the church of Saint-Jean-de-Montmartre in Paris, the first to be built using concrete reinforced with steel rods and wire mesh.
Wikidata
Q487551
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Introduction
French archtect.
Nationality
French
Gender
Male
Roles
Architect, Teacher, Writer, Restorer
Names
Anatole de Baudot, Joseph Eugene Anatole de Baudot, Joseph Eugène Anatole de Baudot, Anatole De Baudot, Joseph-Eugène-Anatole de Baudot
Ulan
500003764
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