Louis Métezeau (1560–1615) was a French architect.
He was born in Dreux, Eure-et-Loir. He is the son of Thibault Métezeau, the brother of Clément II Métezeau and the nephew of Jean Métezeau. He was Premier Architecte du Roi of Henry IV of France. He probably undertook the construction of the Grande Galerie du Louvre and conceived the Place des Vosges in Paris. His one documented structure is the Hôtel d'Angoulême (1584).
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- Ballon, Hilary (1991). The Paris of Henri IV: Architecture and Urbanism, p. 43. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. ISBN 978-0-262-02309-2.
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