Olivier-Clement Cacoub was a French architect of Tunisian Jewish origin. He began a distinguished career in Tunisia as consulting architect of the Republic of Tunisia and developed then several buildings in France (Paris, Orleans, Nice, Cannes, Grenoble), Russia, Tahiti and especially Africa. He was the Winner of the Grand Prix de Rome in 1953 and got the title chief architect of civilian buildings and national palaces.
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