Eugène Freyssinet (1879-1962) Architect

Eugène Freyssinet was a French architect. He was best known for his work in reinforced concrete buildings, including bridges and airport lounges. Eugene is also the inventor of prestressed concrete in 1928, he knew that this vibrating and steaming concrete was of great importance.

Most famous works
Aerostructures in Olry, Paris (1916).
Bridge at Villeneuve-sur-Lot (1918).

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