A case of Recovery of a Medieval Vaulting Technique in the 19 Century: Lassaulx's Vaults in the Church of Treis

  • David Wendland
  • Published 2007


The author of this essay, Johann Claudius von Lassaulx (1781-1848), was a Royal Prussian building inspector at Koblenz (which in that time belonged to the Rhine province within the kingdom of Prussia). As an architect he built numerous public buildings in that area, including several large parish churches in the medieval style. He was strongly engaged in… (More)


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