Gui de Dammartin
architect; d. about 1400.
Gui de Dammartin was one of the best pupils of Raymond du Temple, and was employed on the Old Louvre. He was the preferred architect and sculptor of Jean de France, Duke of Berry. Between 1384 and 1387 he rebuilt the great hall of the palace at Poitiers (Vienne, France) which had been burned by the English in 1345.