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59 Bunhill Row, The Apex, London EC1Y 8QW firstname.lastname@example.org
0756-337-4443 ACADEMIC :
sep 06 - feb 09
Master degree, ENSA - Paris Malaquais: - Diploma, honourable mention: Typologic Approach of Detroit disurbanism. - Master Dissertation, First Class Honors: No Future In Detroit, What’s next for Notown. This one and a half year work constituted the opportunity for me to devise a complete project, from the background dissertation to a wide project diversified by its representations and interpretations. In the course of this work, I was honoured to interview Detroit journalists and professors.
sep 03 - jul 06
Bachelor degree in ENSA- Grenoble, France.
«Baccalauréat S», equivalent of an A level specialized in Mathematics, Lyon, France.
BETWEEN ACADEMIC & WORK : feb- apr 11
A House in Font Romeu - design validated by the client . The project is waiting for planning permission to start construction.
A Room for London - Published in Archdaily -This competition consisted in designing a room for two guests on top of the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
feb - mar 09
Europan10 - We worked in a low density inner city context, as an application of diploma researchs.
sept - nov 09
The Chaumont-sur-Loire Festival, International garden competition - a garden grounded on the potato experimentation.
mar - apr 08
La Nuit des Musées - won - Intervention in Gallo-Roman Museum (B. Zehrfuss), Lyon.
AT W O R K : feb 10- sept 11
Brisac & Gonzalez architects: I was involved in international competitions in this London based Office: a Rockmuseum in Denmark, a social housing competition in paris, including 100 units, and a concert venue and a music school in Six-fours. I was also in charge of a small warehouse project, from early design to planning permission. The construction has just started.
jul - oct 09
P. Berger & J. Anziutti Architectes: I worked on the project of the canopy, in les Halles, the central hub of Paris. I mainly worked on the facades principle and I took part in the details elaboration.
mar - may 09
Morris/Renaud Achitectes: I was called for a mission on the competition for the cave of Chauvet II. There were two sites, the one on which I was assigned was prized.
jul - sept 08
Louis-Vuitton, architecture dpt, Internship: this assignment in China zone included the conception of inside lobby spaces, the drawing of the facades, and the design of non standard furniture.
SKILLS : Languages
- French: native
- English: fluent working knowledge
- German: advanced comprehension.
Word, Excel, Power Point Adobe suite: Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign. Drawing: Autocad, Archicad. Modeling: Rhinocéros, SketchUp Render: V-Ray, Artlantis, Maxwell.
INTERESTS : Student life involvement - Cultural Association, ENSA- Grenoble, president, 2004-2006 - Student Spokesman, board of directors, ENSA- Grenoble, 2005
What else? -Fencing, Snowboarding. -Driving and boating licence.