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Un acteur de la scène professionnelle des Trente Glorieuses, de la Reconstruction aux grands ensembles : l'architecte alsacien Charles Stoskopf (1907-2004)

Abstract : This thesis considers the career of Alsatian architect, Charles-Gustave Stoskopf (1907-2004), who was awarded in the Prix de Rome in 1933. It is based mainly on research in his agency archives. He was professionally active during the “Thirty Glorious Years” in France, starting in 1945 when he was involved in post-war Reconstruction and given responsibility for the rebuilding of villages around Colmar razed to the ground in the conflict. Later, he designed a number of major developments in Alsace and the Paris area. To shed light on his career, we explore the various aspects of the architect’s life, conduct an architectural analysis of a few of his most significant works and, finally, consider the transversality that is a feature of his considerable output. Our study reveals his use of various registers of expression, all of them marked by academic terminology and an Alsatian heritage to which he refers constantly while giving it a new innovative twist. He also succeeded in drawing on various influences, enabling him to respond to unusual commissions during this period of modernisation and strong growth.
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Gauthier Bolle. Un acteur de la scène professionnelle des Trente Glorieuses, de la Reconstruction aux grands ensembles : l'architecte alsacien Charles Stoskopf (1907-2004). Architecture, aménagement de l'espace. Université de Strasbourg, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014STRAG022⟩. ⟨tel-01599234v2⟩

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