Viollet-le-Duc


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Viol·let-le-Duc

 (vē′ə-lā′lə-do͞ok′, -dyo͞ok′, vyô-lĕ′lə-dük′), Eugène Emmanuel 1814-1879.
French architect. A leader of the Gothic revival in France, he designed the restoration of the city of Carcassonne and supervised the refurbishment of many medieval buildings, including Notre Dame in Paris.

Viollet-le-Duc

(French vjɔlɛlədyk)
n
(Biography) Eugène Emmanuel (øʒɛn ɛmanɥɛl). 1814–79, French architect and leader of the Gothic Revival in France, noted for his dictionary of French architecture (1854–68) and for his restoration of medieval buildings

Viol•let-le-Duc

(vyɔˈlɛ ləˈdük)

n.
Eugène Emmanuel, 1814–79, French architect and writer.
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2: 1808-14, edited by Genevieve Viollet-Le-Duc, Paris: Klincksieck, 1978, 255-66: 265-6: "J'y penetrai enfin, comme je vous l'ai dit, avec M.
This reproduces the precise silvery plates made of streets and buildings in the Paris of Louis-Philippe by Daguerre's process--some as early as 1839 and many showing Notre-Dame in great detail before Viollet-le-Duc got his hands on it.
Se considera privilegiado al haber asistido a la segunda escuela de arquitectura del pais, "pero de arquitectura moderna", acorde al concepto de Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc, quien predijo que vendria "una arquitectura nueva, para el hombre nuevo, con la tecnologia actual".
10) Ademas, su concepto tambien estaria influenciado por autores como August Choisy o Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, a quienes leyo cuidadosamente.
A cette epoque, la notion de patrimoine, "mot et chose [much less than] modernes [much greater than] pour reprendre les paroles du celebre architecte-restaurateur francais Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc (1), demeure centree sur la restauration des monuments historiques.
RUPTURA, LIBERTAD, JUVENTUD Y NOVEDAD; TALES ERAN LAS TESIS QUE ABANDERABAN LAS VANGUARDIAS ARTISTICAS DEL ULTIMO CUARTO DEL SIGLO XIX, INSPIRADAS, EN PARTE, EN LOS PRINCIPIOS ESBOZADOS POR EL TEORICO FRANCES EUGENE VIOLLET-LE-DUC, QUE EXCLUIAN CLARAMENTE LA TRADICION ARQUITECTONICA DEL <<RACIONALISMO CLASICO FRANCES>> Y LAS FORMULAS ECLECTICAS LARGAMENTE UTILIZADAS, Y ABOGABAN POR UN RETORNO A LA CONSTRUCCION VERNACULA.
Durand'dan yarim asir sonra, Fransiz restorator-mimar Eugcne-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc (1814-1879), Durand ve Lodoli'nin izinden gitmig ve 1872'de tamamladigi Mimarlik Uzerine Konusmalar baglikli 2 ciltlik eserinde "kullanilacak malzemelerin dogasi en bagtan bilinmelidir" demigtir (Viollet-le-Duc, 1889, c.
Es decir, actuo como lo habria hecho Viollet-le-Duc, a quien Melida consideraba un maestro en el arte de la construccion, y para el que la restauracion era "restablecer el edificio a un estado completo que puede nunca haber existido" (16); pero tambien como lo exigia la legislacion vigente en materia restauradora, dado que, como ya apuntara el profesor Navascues, la restauracion monumental debia hacerse siempre respetando:
It was rescued 200 years later by the architect Viollet-le-Duc and his restoration far surpassed the original.
He includes Paul Frankl, Otto von Simson, Aby Warburg, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc and Meyer Schapiro in his explication of Gothic interpretations alongside less expected figures including Mies van der Rohe and Alois Riegl, the latter of which are treated in the section on 'Ornament, Style and Space'.
From the 1850s the city was restored under an ambitious project led by architect, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, and it now resembles a fairytale castle with conical turrets and dramatic gateways.
From the 1850s the cit was restored under an ambitious project lead by one architect, Eugene Viollet-le-Duc, and it now resembles a fairytale castle with conical turrets and dramatic gateways.