Marion Tournon-Branly

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Marion Tournon-Branly
Marion Tournon-Branly (cropped).jpg
Born Marie Tournon
(1924-09-23)23 September 1924
Paris, France
Died 15 May 2016(2016-05-15) (aged 91)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Occupation Architect
Awards member of the Académie d'architecture
Buildings buildings for the Fleury Abbey, schools in Paris and Manosque, church of the Fontenelle Abbey

Marion Tournon-Branly (23 September 1924 – 15 May 2016)[1] was a French architect. She was born in Paris to architect Paul Tournon and painter Élisabeth Branly (daughter of Edouard Branly). After studying at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, she collaborated with her father and with Auguste Perret.

She designed villas, elementary schools, buildings for the Fleury Abbey and the modern church of the Fontenelle Abbey.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Disparition de Marion Tournon Branly (in French)
  2. ^ Le Don de l'architecture. Paul Tournon, Marion Tournon-Branly, French National Archives, Fontainebleau, 2013 (exhibition booklet)