Jean Rondelet The Architect as Technician by Robin Middleton & Marie-Noelle Baudouin-Matuszek

St-Genevieve in Paris, now known as The Pantheon, was the most ambitious church to be built in France in the C18, measuring some 110 metres long and 83 metres high. Designed by Jacques-Germain Soufflot, it was completed by his student Jean Rondelet, who ended up saving the church when it ...

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