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Roland Simounet (born in Guyotville, Algeria, 31 Aug 1927 - died in
Paris, 1996) was a French architect known primarily for his design
of the Mus e Picasso in Paris and the LaM in Villeneuve
d'Ascq.Simounet studied architecture in Paris and then returned to
his native Algeria where he opened an office in 1952. His first
major work, the emergency cit de transit Djenan el-Hassan (1956-8),
reflected his concern with the eradication of slum housing; its
cellular construction, with individual vaulted roofs, echoed local
vernacular architectural forms.
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