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Eugène-Édouard Monod

Full name: Eugène-Édouard Monod
Gender: Male
Born: June 16, 1871 in Morges, Vaud, Switzerland
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. Since 1895, Monod was educated and graduated from the École des-Beaux-Arts in Paris. He worked as an architect in Morges, Lausanne and Beaulieu and near Rolle and was 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. He was a member of the Vaud Society of Engineers and Architects and the Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects both since 1911.


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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