Lucien Weissenburger

Architect

1860 – 1929

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Who was Lucien Weissenburger?

Lucien Weissenburger, was a French architect.

Weissenburger was born and died in Nancy. He was one of the principal architects to work in the Art Nouveau style in Lorraine and was a member of the board of directors of the École de Nancy.

Some of Weissenburger's principal buildings include:

Magasins Réunis, Nancy

Villa Jika, also known as the Villa Majorelle, Nancy

Imprimerie Royer, Nancy

Maison Bergeret, Nancy

Villa Corbin, Nancy

Immeuble Weissenburger, Nancy

Villa Henri-Emmanuel Lang, Nancy

Maison Chardot, Nancy

Theater of Lunéville

Exposition Internationale de l'Est de la France, Nancy:

Maison des Magasins Réunis

Pavillon du Gaz [Gas Pavilion]

Brasserie Excelsior and Hotel Angleterre, Nancy

Magasins Vaxelaire, Pignot, and Cie, Nancy

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Born
May 2, 1860
Nationality
  • France
Profession
Died
Feb 24, 1929

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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