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|Born||February 20, 1612
|Died||November 24, 1670
Pierre Pavillon (1612-1670) was a French architect and sculptor.
Pierre Pavillon was born on February 20, 1612 in Paris. His father, Henri Pavillon (unknown-1651), was a painter. His mother was Marguerite Guilheme. His brother, Claude Pavillon, was a painter too, and his other brother, Henri Pavillon, was a sculptor. He was trained as an architect in Paris from 1625 to 1630.
He designed the Chapelle des Ursulines, a Roman Catholic chapel on the Rue Mignet listed as a monument historique since 1924. Additionally, he designed the Chapelle Saint Mitre, another Roman Catholic chapel, on the Route d'Eguilles.
He designed the Hôtel de Boisgelin located at 11, rue du Quatre-Septembre and listed since 1964. He also designed the Hôtel de Lestang-Parade located at 18, rue de l'Opéra and listed since 1980. Additionally, he designed the Hôtel de Forbin located at 20 Cours Mirabeau and listed since 1990. He also designed the sculptures in the courtyard of the City Hall in Aix, listed since 1995. Additionally, he designed the Pavillon Vendôme, listed since 1953.
He married Madeleine Clemens on February 15, 1638. They had two sons:
He married Madeleine Grivet on December 18, 1653. They had three children:
- Magdeleine Pavillon (1655-unknown).
- Françoise Pavillon (1656-unknown).
- François Pavillon (1670-unknown).
The Rue Pavillon in Aix-en-Provence is named in his honour.
- Jean Boyer, Pierre Pavillon (1612-1670): un architecte-sculpteur parisien en Provence (Nobele, 1968).
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