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Léopold Bévière

Full name: Léopold Louis Camille Bévière
Gender: Male
Born: February 4, 1864 in Fourmies, Nord, France
Died: 1935
Country: FRA France
Sport: Art Competitions

Biography

Léopold Bévière was a French architect who was a town builder in Paris beginning in 1907. He designed a number of representative buildings in the vicinity of Paris, including the theatres of Les Lilas and Puteaux, the town hall of Aubervilliers, the presbytery of St. Severin in Paris, and the thermal baths of Mont d’Or. Bévière also designed the swimming stadium for the 1924 Paris Olympics.

Bévière studied at the École des Beaux-Arts since 1883 and graduated in 1891 with a plan of a city hall for an industrial center. He worked as a free architect in Paris before he was appointed inspector of the public works department. He was a member of the Société des architectes diplômés du gouvernement (S.A.D.G.) since 1892 and received the Great Silver Medal of the Central Society of Architects. His son Jean Louis was also an architect.

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Mixed Architecture, Designs For Town Planning

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1928 Summer 64 Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Plan d'un Stade nautique
1928 Summer 64 Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Photographie d'un Stade nautique
1928 Summer 64 Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Photographie d'un Stade nautique

Mixed Architecture, Architectural Designs

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1928 Summer 64 Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Plan d'un Stade nautique
1928 Summer 64 Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Photographie d'un Stade nautique
1928 Summer 64 Amsterdam Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Photographie d'un Stade nautique
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