Lecointe, Jean-François-Joseph (1783–1858). French architect. An early associate of Hittorff, he worked with Gilbert on the design of La Nouvelle Force, the prison at Mazas (commenced 1843), and designed several villas and theatres, including the Salle-Favart (1825) and Ambigù-Comique (both destroyed).
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