Louis-Charles Boileau (French pronunciation: ​[lwi ʃaʁl bwalo]; 1837 - 1914) was a French architect.[1] He was the son of French architect Louis-Auguste Boileau and the father of French architect Louis-Hippolyte Boileau.[citation needed]. Louis-Charles Boileau was a partner in the design of an extension of Le Bon Marché
Le Bon Marché
department store in Paris, France.[2] References[edit]

^ Collins, Peter (2004). Concrete: The Vision of a New Architecture. McGill-Queen's University Press. ISBN 9780773525641. Retrieved 3 April 2015.  ^ Andrew Ayers (2004). The Architecture of Paris: An Architectural Guide - extension of le bon marché department store. Edition Axel Menges. ISBN 9783930698967. Retrieved 4