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Jean Juste Gustave Lisch (10 June 1828 – 24 August 1910) was a French architect.
A native of Alençon, Lisch studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and was pupil of Léon Vaudoyer and Henri Labrouste. His architectural career was geared towards civic work: stations, public buildings, churches, and restoration of monuments.
Juste retired in 1901 and died in Paris in 1910. He is buried in the monumentous Rouen cemetery.
- renovation of the oratory at Germigny-des-Prés, 1867-1876
- Gare du Champ de Mars, 1878
- Gare Saint-Lazare, with the attached Hôtel Terminus, Paris, 1885–87
- Gare de Le Havre, 1888
- Gare de Javel, Paris, 1889
- Gare de l'Avenue Foch, Paris, 1900
- Invalides Station, Paris, 1900
- La Rochelle town hall
- Lyon Magistrates' court
- Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire church
- Ferrières, Manche church
- Notre-Dame-de-Cléry church
- ends Château de Pierrefonds renovation's.