BEAUDOUIN, Eugene (Elie)Born: 1898 07 20
Died: 1983 01 14
Originally of Paris, France, he was among a number of progressive modernist architects to emerge in Europe after WWI. He trained at the Ecole des Beaux Arts and at the French Academy in Rome. After WWII Beaudouin continued to design major housing developments and public buildings in France and in Africa, including the French Embassy in Accra, Ghana, 1948 and the Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa, 1958.
List of projects With photographs
|French Embassy: 1958. Pretoria, Gauteng - Architect |
Books citing BEAUDOUIN
|Emanuel, Muriel. 1980. Contemporary architects. London: Macmillan. pp 79-81|