Bachelier, Nicolas (d. 1500–57). French architect, born in Arras, he was a protagonist of Renaissance design. He designed the Hôtel de Bagis, Toulouse (1538–46), and the châteaux at Pibrac (1540–5), Castelnau d'Estrétefonds (1539–44), and Lasserre-les-Montastruc (1555–6).
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