Robert de Luzarches (* vers 1160 - † 1228) est un architecte médiéval sans doute originaire de Luzarches (Val-d'Oise).↑ Cf. Alexandre Hahn, Souscription pour le monument en l'honneur de Robert de Luzarches, Paris 1844, 6 p. ; p. 2 ; Lire sur Gallica.

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  • Robert de Luzarches (* vers 1160 - † 1228) est un architecte médiéval sans doute originaire de Luzarches (Val-d'Oise).
  • Robert de Luzarches (Luzarches, cerca de Pontoise, 1180 - 1222) fue un arquitecto medieval francés.Fue el arquitecto del antiguo convento de la abadía de Port-Royal des Champs situado en el valle de Chevreuse al sur-oeste de París, construido en estilo cisterciense. Sin embargo, el principal trabajo por el que se le recuerda, es por ser el arquitecto que comenzó la construcción de la Catedral de Amiens.Posteriormente participó en las labores de construcción de la Catedral de Notre Dame de París, después de que se lo solicitara Felipe II de Francia.
  • Robert of Luzarches (born in Luzarches near Pontoise towards the end of the twelfth century) was a French architect who worked on the cathedral of Notre Dame in Amiens. He is said to have been summoned to Paris by King Philip II who employed him in beautifying the city, and to have had a share in the work on Notre Dame de Paris. The old Amiens cathedral was destroyed by fire in 1218 and Bishop Evrard de Fouilloy had it rebuilt in Gothic style. An inscription made in 1288 in the "labyrinth" of the floor (later removed) testified that the building had begun in 1220, and names "Robert, called of Luzarches", as the architect, and as his successors, Thomas de Cormont and the latter's son. The work was completed in later centuries. Viollet-le-Duc sees a fact of great significance in the employment of the layman, Robert; but it is not accurate that in Romanesque times the architects were always bishops, priests, or monks. Robert was not long employed on the cathedral. Under the successor of Bishop Evrard, who apparently died in 1222, Cormont appears as the architect. Before 1240 Bishop Bernard put a choir window in the provisionally completed cathedral. An intended alteration of the original plan was not used in the finished building. In his day it was called the "Gothic Parthenon". It is more spacious than Notre Dame in Paris and considerably larger than the cathedral of Reims. But Robert's creation became a standard, through France and beyond, on account of the successful manner in which weight and strength are counterbalanced and of the consistently Gothic style. The design presents a middle aisle and two side aisles, though the choir has five aisles and the transept has the width of seven aisles. The choir is flanked by seven chapels; that in the centre (the Lady chapel) projecting beyond the others in French style. The nave is about 470 ft. in length, 164 ft. in breadth (213 ft. in the transept), and 141 ft. in height.
  • Robert de Luzarches (1180 – Amiens, 1222) è stato un architetto francese, vissuto nel medioevo.
  • Robert de Luzarches (nascut a Luzarches, a la vora de Pontoise el 1180 i mort a Amiens el 1222), va ser un arquitecte medieval gòtic francès. Va ser eclesiàstic, pel que es creu que la seva gran preparació en l'arquitectura la va rebre dins dels estudis rebuts a l'església.Va ser l'arquitecte de l'antic convent de l'abadia de Port-Royal des Champs, al sud-oest de París, construït sota l'estil cistercenc. Tanmateix, el principal treball pel que se'l recorda, és per ésser l'arquitecte que va començar la construcció de la catedral d'Amiens al voltant de 1220 sota el mandat del bisbe Evrard de Fouilloy. La pedra central del laberint —paviment de la catedral d'Amiens— és molt interessant perquè hi ha un resum narratiu de la fundació de la catedral, inscrit sobre una tira de coure, es troba en el centre de la nau, una creu dóna orientació dels punts cardinals i al seu entorn estan quatre personatges: els tres arquitectes de la catedral Robert de Luzarches, Thomas y Renaud de Cormont y el obispo Evrard de Fouilloy.
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  • Robert de Luzarches sculpté dans un accoudoir desstalles d'Amiens
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  • Robert de Luzarches (* vers 1160 - † 1228) est un architecte médiéval sans doute originaire de Luzarches (Val-d'Oise).↑ Cf. Alexandre Hahn, Souscription pour le monument en l'honneur de Robert de Luzarches, Paris 1844, 6 p. ; p. 2 ; Lire sur Gallica.
  • Robert de Luzarches (1180 – Amiens, 1222) è stato un architetto francese, vissuto nel medioevo.
  • Robert de Luzarches (Luzarches, cerca de Pontoise, 1180 - 1222) fue un arquitecto medieval francés.Fue el arquitecto del antiguo convento de la abadía de Port-Royal des Champs situado en el valle de Chevreuse al sur-oeste de París, construido en estilo cisterciense.
  • Robert de Luzarches (nascut a Luzarches, a la vora de Pontoise el 1180 i mort a Amiens el 1222), va ser un arquitecte medieval gòtic francès. Va ser eclesiàstic, pel que es creu que la seva gran preparació en l'arquitectura la va rebre dins dels estudis rebuts a l'església.Va ser l'arquitecte de l'antic convent de l'abadia de Port-Royal des Champs, al sud-oest de París, construït sota l'estil cistercenc.
  • Robert of Luzarches (born in Luzarches near Pontoise towards the end of the twelfth century) was a French architect who worked on the cathedral of Notre Dame in Amiens. He is said to have been summoned to Paris by King Philip II who employed him in beautifying the city, and to have had a share in the work on Notre Dame de Paris. The old Amiens cathedral was destroyed by fire in 1218 and Bishop Evrard de Fouilloy had it rebuilt in Gothic style.
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