Charles André

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Charles André (1841 – 1928) was a French architect, the first in a long line of French architects in the André family. Beginning in 1901, he was a member of the École de Nancy.

Along with his son, Émile André, and Eugène Vallin, he was the architect of the Vaxelaire & Compagnie department store in Nancy, built between 1899 and 1901.