Johann Joseph Couven (10 November 1701 – 1763) was a German Baroque architect. He was born in Aachen, where he also died. His legacy includes several religious and secular buildings in Germany (mostly in or near Aachen, e.g. Burtscheid Abbey church), Belgium (a.o. in Eupen and Liège) and the Netherlands (in Vaals, Houthem-Sint Gerlach and Oud-Valkenburg).
|Name||Couven, Johann Joseph|
|Date of birth||10 November 1701|
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|Date of death||1763|
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