Hourlier, Louis

ARCHITECT (FRANCE)
BORN 8 Jan 1847, Marseille - DIED 7 Nov 1920, Cannes
GRAVE LOCATION Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes: Cimetière Protestant du Grand-Jas, 205 avenue de Grasse (Allée Centrale)

Louis Hourlier was architect of the City of Cannes from 1878 to 1890. From 1895 to 1904 he was a member of the Town Council. he was among the first architects in Cannes to use iron an metallic structures in his buildings.

Among his works are the kiosk of Les Allées (1880), Casino des Fleurs and the Hotel Gallia (1888). He also built many villas in Cannes. One of them is the Villa Les Mimosas (1878).

Sources
Louis Hourlier
CANNES (06) : cimetière du Grand Jas - Cimetières de France et d'ailleurs

Images

The grave of Louis Hourlier at the Cimetière du Grand-Jas, Cannes.
Picture by Androom (30 Nov 2008)

 


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Published: 24 Jul 2011
Last update: 24 Jul 2011