MANGIN, François Ignace
(b. 1742, Pont-a-Mousson, d. 1809, Paris)


French architect, active in the Trier and Mainz region in Germany. He built the Schloss Monaise near Trier for the Counts of Walderburg between 1779 and 1786. The deanery of Mainz Cathedral, built by Mangin in 1781-86 and destroyed in 1793 during the revolutionary wars, was one of the most modern buildings of its day in Germany.