Der eigentliche Erfinder des Eiffelturms
|Published in:||Deutsche Bauzeitung, April 2002, n. 4, v. 136|
Though named after a project of Gustave Eiffel, the Eiffel Tower symbol of Paris has its structural concept and form from the responsible chief engineer Maurice Koechlin. Koechlin was an engineer of outstanding ingenuity and well-versed in the structural techniques of his time. He possessed therefore the best qualifications for evolving such technically innovative conceptions for which Eiffel and his firm were renowned.
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