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Eugène-Édouard Monod

Full name: Eugène-Édouard Monod
Gender: Male
Born: June 16, 1871
Died: November 9, 1929
Country: SUI Switzerland
Sport: Art Competitions

Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)


Eugène-Édouard Monod was a Swiss architect who worked together with [Alphonse Laverrière] until 1915. Together they won the 1912 Olympic architecture gold medal with their work Building Plan of a Modern Stadium. Monod was educated and graduated at the École des-Beaux-Arts in Paris. He was then associated with Laverrière from 1901-15, with whom he designed the famous Chauderon Bridge in Lausanne, the Lausanne Railway Station, the Federal Bank and the Reformation Wall Monument in Geneva. The postwar crisis after World War I did not allow him to carry out this business anymore. Monod was then commissioner-general of the Olympic Congresses in Lausanne in 1913 and 1921.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1912 Summer 40 Stockholm Art Competitions Mixed Architecture Switzerland SUI 1 Gold

Mixed Architecture

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank
1912 Summer 40 Stockholm Art Competitions Switzerland Final Standings 1
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