Transferts de modèles architecturaux au Maroc. L’exemple de Jean-François Zévaco, architecte (1916-2003)

@inproceedings{Hofbauer2010TransfertsDM,
  title={Transferts de mod{\`e}les architecturaux au Maroc. L’exemple de Jean-François Z{\'e}vaco, architecte (1916-2003)},
  author={Lucy Hofbauer},
  year={2010}
}
Introduction L’heritage des beaux-arts en question L’architecte Jean-Francois Zevaco est institutionnellement rattache par sa formation a l’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts (l’ENSBA), dont il suit l’enseignement de 1937 a 1945, d’abord a Paris, puis a Marseille pendant l’Occupation (cf. Hofbauer, 2006). Francais ne a Casablanca le 8 aout 1916 de parents originaires d’Ajaccio, il fait partie des « futurs concepteurs du Casablanca d’apres 1945 » (Cohen et Eleb, 1998, p. 244). Les figur… Expand
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