Internationally renowned, MANUELLE GAUTRAND ARCHITECTURE was founded in 1991 and is based in Paris, France.
Since its creation in 1991, the agency has realized numerous buildings for large public and private clients, in France and abroad, and in fields as varied as cultural facilities (theaters, museums, cultural centers), offices and housing, hotels, commercial and leisure facilities, etc.
Among his most important projects are the “C42”, Citroën’s world showcase on the Champs-Elysées in Paris, which has made him known internationally and to the general public, the former Gaïté-Lyrique theater in Paris, which has been entirely transformed into a place dedicated to digital culture, the “LaM” – Museum of Modern Art and Art Brut in Lille, and the Cité des Affaires in Saint-Etienne.
His work has been awarded numerous national and international architectural prizes.
His work has been awarded numerous national and international architectural prizes. Refusing to lock herself into an architectural style or a type of program, Manuelle Gautrand claims “the luxury of innacutumance” in her architectural production and seeks to re-enchant our environment.
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