Sacha Tebó (aka, Sacha Thébaud) was a contemporary artist born in Port-au-Prince, Haition January 22, 1934. He was raised in Montreal, Canada. Son of a Harvard-educated dental surgeon, whose hobby was engraving and hammering copper into art, Sacha Thébaud was encouraged at a young age to pursue his studies in architectural engineering, along with Fine Arts.
In the late 1950's, after obtaining a degree in architectural engineering in Haiti, a grant program took Tebó to Paris where he collaborated alongside Bauhaus minimalist architects Marcel Breuer, Luigi Nervi, and Bernard Zerhfuss, in the design of a cube-shaped building standing on two of s points, Le Pavillion de la Défense. While in Paris,
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