Delafosse, Jean-Charles (1734–91). French architect, one of the creators of the Louis Seize style, as the ornament in his Iconologie, featuring Greek keys, garlands, and much other Classical ornament, demonstrates. He also published a treatise on the five Orders, and designed two hôtels at 58–60 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, Paris (1776–83).
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