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Louis Rey

Full name: Louis-Martin Rey
Gender: Male
Country: FRA France
Sport: Art Competitions

Biography

Louis Rey was a well-respected architect in France particularly in the 1920s and 1930s. He did the planning for several monuments, most notably the Pierre d'Haudroy Monument at La Flamengrie marking the end of World War I, the monument for the crew of the plane lost in the search for Umberto Nobile, and the monument for aviation pioneers Nungesser and Coli, which was submitted for the Art Competition. The latter was built but destroyed during the German occupation in World War II. He also designed several industry buildings in Bourges, where he ran an architecture office (Monin Distillery, building for the Leiseing Company, train station). In 1919, he was also responsible for the reconstruction of the city of Chauny, which was completely destroyed in 1917 during World War I. He was committed to the Art Deco style.

Results

Mixed Architecture, Designs For Town Planning

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1928 Summer Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Monument Nungesser et Coli, à ériger à Etretat
1928 Summer Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Monument Nungesser et Coli, à ériger à Etretat
1928 Summer Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Monument Nungesser et Coli, à ériger à Etretat

Mixed Architecture, Architectural Designs

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1928 Summer Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Monument Nungesser et Coli, à ériger à Etretat
1928 Summer Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Monument Nungesser et Coli, à ériger à Etretat
1928 Summer Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Monument Nungesser et Coli, à ériger à Etretat
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