|A.K.A.||Johann Siegmund Deibel, Jan Zygmunt Deibel, Jan Zygmunt Teubler, Johann Siegmund Deibler, Johann Siegmund Teubel, Johann Siegmund Teubler, Jan Zygmunt Teybell, Johann Siegmund Deybel, Jan Zygmunt Deybel, Jan Zygmunt Deubler, Johann Siegmund Teybell, Jan Zygmunt Teubel, Jan Zygmunt Deibler, Johann Siegmund Deubler|
|Birth||1687, Saxony, Germany|
|Death||1752, Warsaw, Poland (aged 65 years)|
Jan Sigismund von Deybel Hammerau or Johann Sigmund Deybel (born 1685-90, Saxony; died 1752) was a Rococo architect from Saxony mainly active in Poland. He also served as a captain (from 1736) then as a major (1746) in the Polish artillery - his son was the general Krystian Godfryd Deybel de Hammerau.
From 1719 to 1721 he worked in Warsaw's royal buildings office and from 1726 was architect to Augustus II the Strong. He used French architectural forms from the three-volume 1727-37 L'Architecture française by J. Mariette. His pupils included Ephraim Szreger and Zygmunt Vogel.