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Walter-André Destailleur (born in Thais, Seine, 12 June 1867 – died March 1940) was a French architect, who designed and built the Château de Trévarez (1893–1907). He was the son of the architect Hippolyte Destailleur.
- Midant 1996.
- Midant, Jean-Paul (1996). "Destailleur. French family of architects.", vol. 8, pp. 816–817, in The Dictionary of Art, edited by Jane Turner, reprinted with minor corrections in 1998. New York: Grove. ISBN 9781884446009.
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