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Tribunal de Grande Instance (ou Palais de Justice) (Strasbourg)/en

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Date de construction 1895 à 1898
Architecte Skjold Neckelmann
Johann-Karl Ott
Structure Tribunal / Palais de justice
Courant architectural néoclassique

Date de extension 1978
Architecte Roger Lamoise

Date de transformation 6/2014 à 03/2017
Architecte Jordi Garcés

Date de construction 12/2013 à 06/2014
Structure Tribunal / Palais de justice

Date de démolition 06/2017 à 07/2017

Inscription à l'Inventaire Supplémentaire des Monuments Historiques 2/7/1992
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The palais de Justice (courthouse)

The palais de Justice, or courthouse, was designed by Danish-German architect Skjold Neckelmann and completed in 1897, replacing the former courthouse in rue de la Nuée-Bleue. The neo-Greek architecture, with its timeless and universal symbolism, stands for the independence of justice with regard to public authorities. The façade features ionic columns, surmounted by a triangular pediment decorated with an allegory of Justice. The interior decoration is influenced by ancient Egyptian art. The courthouse underwent significant refurbishment between 2012 and 2017, to bring it into line with the needs of modern justice1

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  1. Totem patrimoniaux (Strasbourg), 2020, traduction de la Ville de Strasbourg

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