Partners

Christian Lecouvey

Biography

Born in 1974, Christian Lecouvey began by studying mathematics at the Université de La Rochelle, where he received his diploma in 1995.

He pursued his studies at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Toulouse and graduated with a diploma in Architecture in 2002.

In 2002, he designed his first projects in the United States, starting in New York City, New York and then in Los Angles, California.

In 2004, he joined W-Architectures agency, and then became partner in 2009.

In May 2012, he received the Grand Prize and Gold Medal of the International Academy of Architecture.

Professional and Work Experience

2013 – Mondonville (31) – Public building
2012 – Balma (31) – Housing A5b
2011 – Toulouse (31) – Secondary School of Fermat
2011 – Balma (31) – Housing A7c
2011 – Narbonne (34) – Roman Civilization Museum (in collaboration with David Chipperfield Architects)
2010 – Toulouse (31) – University of Toulouse – college of art and science buildings
2009 – Toulouse (31) – Toulouse School of Economics
2008 – Foix (09) – Jean-Duroux 
Accommodations
2006 – Leguevin (31) – Concert hall and Auditorium
2005 – Los Angeles – United States – 18th STREET ART COMPLEX

2004 – New York – United States – Scenography PERFORMANCE SPACE 122