Gustave Falconnier

Gustave Falconnier was a Swiss architect and inventor living from 1845 until 1913. He in particular invented in 1886 the Falconnier Hollow Glass Brick that, similar to bottles, were blown in a mold. They were prize winners at the 1893 Chicago's World Fair and the 1900 Paris Exhibition.

Stadthaus Zürich
Villa Schwob
La Chaux-de-Fonds
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