Jean-Jules Eggericx (1884-1963) Architect

Jean-Jules Eggericx was a Belgian architect, urban planner and lecturer in architecture at the University of Cambridge (1914). He was also a teacher in Architecture at the National Higher School of Architecture La Cambre in Brussels from 1928 to 1937. He was also, from 1930 to 1932, a teacher in landscaping in the same school. As an architect, he was affiliated with the Department of the devastated regions (1919-1921). From 1920 to 1922 he was at the Experimentation Laboratory of the State. As an architect, he also served for the Belgian Government for the exhibition of 1935 in Brussels and 1937 in Paris.

Important works
Houses in the garden cities 'Le Logis' and 'Floridal' in Boschvoorde.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs, in collaboration with Raphaƫl Verwilghen.
Social Services Maria Thumas in Leuven (1946-1947).

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