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Profile

W-Architectures is an architecture, urban planning and design agency. Founded in 2002, its team of architects have extensive international experience. The agency designs precise, simple and understated architecture which draws on the context and specific features of each project. The agency’s work is rooted in organising an idea to give each project a rigorous perspective and to allow the essentials to emerge. Based in France and Switzerland, it has developed knowledge and skills in complex project management, and it has recognised expertise in architecture, urban planning, restoration, museography and design. It has stood out over the years through its unique and demanding approach. In addition to its participation in various international competitions, it has designed some critically-acclaimed projects such as the Ingres museum storerooms in Montauban, a housing programme in Foix, the Château de Bournazel restoration, the International Prehistory Centre in Eyzies-de-Tayac and the Glass Museum in Sars Poterie. François Barré wrote the following about the agency: “it is confronted with the material [...] and the architecture plays its part”. W-Architectures’ regularly published work has been distinguished several times and acclaimed internationally.

Partners

Bernard Voinchet - ACMH Architect
Bernard Voinchet studied urban planning and architecture in Paris. Qualifying as an architect in 1967, he continued his studies at Séminaire Tony Garnier where he obtained a SATG Urban Planning diploma in 1973. The same year he was appointed Chief Architect of Historic Monuments. Appointed Inspector General in 1990, he is also a member of the National Committee of Historic Monuments. A specialist in sensitive heritage sites, his activity is not limited just to restoring classified buildings: his contemporary architecture is also critically acclaimed. In this regard, he won the Special Prize for Architecture in 2001 for the Saint-Pierre des Cuisines auditorium and dance academy. In 2005, he received another award for the Château de Laréole gardens. A professor at the Chaillot Centre for Advanced Studies, he regularly gives conferences in France and overseas.

Raphaël Voinchet – EPFL - REG Architect
Born in 1976, Raphaël Voinchet studied both mathematics and architecture. In 1998, he enrolled at the Lausanne Federal Polytechnic School in Switzerland where he received a degree in architecture in 2001. He created the W-Architectures office in 2002 which he has managed and developed until today. In 2006, he won the New Young Architects’ Collections award from the Ministry of Culture. He was nominated for the First Work Award in December 2009. He received the Grand Prize and Gold Medal from the International Academy of Architecture in May 2012. In 2016, he was nominated for the Equerre d’Argent (silver set square) award and received an ADC Award for the Glass Museum. In 2017, he was nominated for the Mies van der Rohe prize. He has taught at the Toulouse National School of Architecture and he regularly gives conferences.

Yann Courrech – DPLG Architect
Born in 1972, Yann Courrech studied at the Bordeaux national school of architecture and landscape design. He received his state degree in 2005 with a distinction for a study project in Rome (Italy). At the start of his career, he worked on using innovative materials in architecture for the Ministry of Culture. After 9 years of freelancing, he founded the Kaplan Projets agency in 2016, in association with Emmanuelle Crouzet, a landscape architect. He received a Special Mention at the 1st edition of the PRAd’A 2016 (Nouvelle Aquitaine Regional Prize for Architecture) for the Immeuble Vivants project in Bordeaux (33). In 2018, after over 10 years of successful collaboration, he became a partner and project director at W-Architectures Aquitaine.

Christophe Maisonobe – DPLG – OTIA – REG – SIA Architect
Born in 1982, Christophe Maisonobe graduated from the Toulouse (FR) National School of Architecture (ENSA) in 2006 – with a distinction for a grouped and scalable housing project. He worked as an architect at different agencies, then joined W-Architectures. He then founded his own workshop and has developed various projects at different levels. In 2016, he moved to Switzerland and worked as an architect at different agencies. He taught architecture at ENSA in France for 10 years. He regularly gives conferences and since 2018 he has taught at Accademia di Architettura Mendrisio, a department of the USI (University of Italian Switzerland). Since 2019, he has been a partner and project director at W-Architectures Swiss, which he manages and coordinates in Lausanne.

Team

Fanny Bordes, Yann Courrech, Elodie Escaffre, Céline Fontaine, Aurélie Forgue, Caroline Giordano, Steven Le Tallec, Christophe Maisonobe, Frédéric Morand, Sonia Nunez, Pauline Pestre, Hortense Poussot, Sandrine Pouzet, Gilles Puyade, Bernard Voinchet, Jeanne Voinchet, Raphaël Voinchet.

Since 2002
Annabelle Adroit, Isabelle Aoustin, Guillaume Aufauvre, Sophie Batty, Benjamin Beaufils, Raphaël Bedu, Cédric Bertolini, Coralie Bouscal, Mathias Colin, Jean Baptiste Coltier, Thiery Comet, Géraldine Copy, Cyril Coucoureux, Céline Dubut, Mathieu Durand, Orion El Koubbi, Mariona Garriga-Serra, Marie-Jo Gleyze, Thibault Granié, Perrine Grenet, Damien Guizard, Julie Heathcote-Smith, Lucie Laborde, Agathe Lahille, Clément Lamonzie, Laurence Langloys, Jean Larnaudie, Audrey Lavernhe, Christian Lecouvey, Xavier Leplaë, Laure Martin-Cazalet, Anne Moreau, Sébastien Nichèle, Caroline Peraudeau, Marie-Pierre Planche, Aurélia Porcher, Eric Poucheret, Lara Quéau, Juliane Sarrazin, Isabelle Sarthou, Patrice Truong, Mathilde Voinchet, Sophie Voinchet.

Awards

2015 – 2020

2018 – Hauts de France Regional Grand Prize for Architecture
Selection in the “Facilities” category for the Glass Museum – Sars-Poteries (59)

2017 – Occitanie Prize
Selection for Pierre de Fermat High School – Toulouse (31)

2017 – ADC Awards
Selection for the Glass Museum – Sars-Poteries (59)

2017 – Mies Van der Rohe Prize
Selection for the Glass Museum – Sars-Poteries (59)

2016 – Équerre d’argent (Silver Set Square) Prize
Selection in the “Culture, Youth and Sport” category for the Glass Museum – Sars-Poteries (59)

2010 – 2015

2013 – Earthen Architecture Prize
Winner in the Heritage category for restoration of the Halle Médiévale cob – Grenade (31). Company involved in the works – Atelier Terres et Traditions (ATT).

2012 – Contemporary Architecture Award
24 Hours of Strasbourg Architecture, France Winner of the Grand Public award and the Jury award in the Culture category for the International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre – Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (24). www.archicontemporaine.org

2012 – Contemporary Architecture Award
24 Hours of Strasbourg Architecture, France Winner of the Grand Public award in the Collective Housing award for the Jean Durroux Housing – Foix (09). www.archicontemporaine.org

2012 – “INTERARCH” Architecture Award
Sofia Architecture Triennial, Bulgaria. Grand Prize from the International Academy of Architecture, special plaque, Interarch gold medal and honours for the International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre – Les Eyzies-de-Tayac – www.iaa.ngo.com

2011 – Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award
Winner for the International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre – Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (24).

2011 – Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award
Selection for the Jean Moulin School Group – Montauban (82).

2011 – Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award
Selection for the Jean Durroux housing – Foix (09).

2010 – Sotheby’s Award
Winner, Villa Leihorra – Ciboure (64)

2005 – 2010

2009 – Nominated for the First Work award
38 Jean Durroux housing units – Foix (09).

2006 – Raphaël Voinchet won the New Young Architects’ Collections award (NAJA) in 2006
www.ajap.culture.gouv.fr

2005 – Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award
Château de Laréole gardens – Laréole.

2000 – 2005

2001 – Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award
Special prize for the Saint-Pierre des Cuisines auditorium and dance academy – Toulouse.

2001 – Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award
Cultural facility prize for the Bemberg foundation – Toulouse.

Exhibitions/Conferences

2015 – 2020

“Unfired or fired? The brick in heritage buildings” conference – Speech by Bernard Voinchet “Brick alteration and conservation” – Cité de l’architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris, 17 May 2019.

Debate & conference with the architect Raphaël Voinchet, CAUE Ariège, 27 May 2019

“Local stone” event at the Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries with a speech by Raphaël Voinchet, 22 June 2018.

“40 years of contemporary architecture in Occitanie/Pyrénées Méditerranée” exhibition, Jean Durroux social housing, October 2017.

Visit to the Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, AMO Nord, 10 February 2017.

“Practical project talk, Understanding changes to project management and contracting authority professional practices, talks by project parties”. Conference at ENSAB with a speech by Raphaël Voinchet, January 2017.

2010 – 2015

“Congruences” – As part of the Entretiens de Chaillot at the Cité de l’Architecture in Palais de Chaillot – Trocadéro – Paris (75) – France, www.citechaillot.fr/ – Conference on Monday 13 May 2013 at 7pm.

“The Sars-Poterie Glass Museum” – This conference took place as part of a cycle entitled “Conversations on art, architecture and landscaping From museum architecture to travelling art”. Conference on Thursday 05 December – 7pm – Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille.

“Social Housing in Midi-Pyrénées” – Jean Durroux Housing in Foix. Plot 45 – 45 rue Jacques Gamelin, in Toulouse (31) – France. Exhibition from 09 October to 23 November 2012.

“World Triennal of Architecture” – International Academy of Architecture (IAA) (www.iaa-ngo.com).

IPC Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac. Interarch’ 2012 – Conference and Architecture prizegiving in Sofia, Bulgaria. 13 to 16 May 2012.

“Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award – 2011: 6th edition” – Jean Moulin School Group in Montauban. IPC Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac. Jean Durroux Housing, 38 units in Foix. Exhibition in Toulouse (31) – France. Exhibition from 24 April to 28 July 2012.

“Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award – 2011: 6th edition” – Jean Moulin School Group in Montauban. IPC Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac. Jean Durroux Housing, 38 units in Foix. Exhibition preview at CMAV in Toulouse (31) – France, 24 April 2012 at 6:30pm.

Glass Museum press conference in Sars-Poteries – Nord General Council (59). Maison de l’Architecture et de la Ville, place François Mitterrand in Lille (59) – France. Tuesday 27 March 2012 at 11am.

“New Social Housing 2” – Jean Durroux Housing, 38 units in Foix. Exhibition at La Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris (75) – France – 14 March 2012 – 14 March 2014.

“DENSE, DENSE, DENSE” – Jean Durroux Housing, 38 units in Foix. Exhibition at the Palais de la Bourse in Marseille (13) – France. Roaming staging in the region across 2012.

“DENSE, DENSE, DENSE” – exhibition preview at the Palais de la Bourse in Marseille (13) – France. Friday 27 January 2012 at 6pm.

“The cost of sprawl, a taste for density” – “DENSE, DENSE, DENSE” Conference as part of the “DENSE, DENSE, DENSE” exhibition at the Palais de la Bourse in Marseille (13) – France. Friday 27 January 2012.

“Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award – 2011: 6th edition” – Results announced during the Architecture Days organised by the Maison de l’Architecture Midi-Pyrénées in Quint-Fonsegrives (31) – France. 1 December 2011 – 6pm.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac” – Conference organised by Club Prescrire with Raphaël Voinchet. Conference at the IPC Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (24) – France. Friday 22 September 2011.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac” – Conference organised as part of Heritage Days with Jean-Pierre Le Dantec, Jean-Pierre Buffi and Raphaël Voinchet. Conference at the IPC Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (24) – France. Friday 17 September 2011.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac” – Conference and guided tour during the day with Raphaël Voinchet. AMO Aquitaine, AMO Midi-Pyrénées & AMO Limousin associations, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac (24) – France. Friday 17 June 2011.

“The Toulouse School of Economics (TSE) building” – Conference & presentation of the TSE project, University of Toulouse 1. Maison de l’architecture – Toulouse (31) – France, February 2010.

2000 – 2010

“The issue of museum architecture: The Ingres Museum Storerooms” – Seminar at the French Norway Institute in the presence of Francis Rambert. French Cultural Centre/Ministry of Norwegian Culture – Oslo – Norway, June 2009.

“The Ingres Museum Storerooms in Montauban” – Conference organised as part of the Heritage Days with Raphaël Voinchet. Montauban (82) – France. 20 & 21 September 2008.

“European architects, from memory to experimentation” – Conference with Dietmar Feichtinger, Luis M. Mansilla, Marta Mendonça, Francis Rambert and Raphaël Voinchet. 2007 Entretiens du Patrimoine in Paris (75) – France, 21 March 2007. 

“The New Young Architects’ Collection award 2006” – Exhibition dedicated to winners of the 2006 edition of the New Young Architects’ Collection award. CAUE du Rhône in Lyon (69) – France, from 12 January to 5 February 2007. 

“The New Young Architects’ Collection award 2006” – Exhibition dedicated to winners of the 2006 edition of the New Young Architects’ Collection award. Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine, Palais de Chaillot in Paris (75) – France. From 15 November 2006 to 7 January 2007. 

“Five young architects in Midi-Pyrénées” – Exhibition organised by the Maison de l’Architecture de Midi-Pyrénées about 5 young architects in the Midi-Pyrénées region, with Raphaël Voinchet. Maison de l’architecture de Midi-Pyrénées in Toulouse (31) – France, from 16 October to 29 November 2006. 

Stadt Zurich, Amt für Städtebau: Gartenstadt verdichten am Beispiel Schwamendingen. Exhibition of the work of the EPFL, Lehrstuhl, Burkhalter and Sumi, from 12 to 22 September 2000. 

Working Models: From El Lissitzky to Rem Koolhaas – Design Workshop with Burkhalter and Sumi at EPFL, Architekturmuseum Basel, September 2000.

Publications

2015 – 2020

“Natural Concrete, 40 architectural projects reconciling concrete and nature”. The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, Betocib, Publication in November 2019.

“Mérignac: a new Arnaud-Lafon school for 2021”. Chemin Long School Group in Mérignac, Sud-Ouest, June 2019.

“Glass Museum, an exceptional location dedicated to glass, unique in Europe”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Archicree, May 2019,

“The Torcy district police station has emerged...finally”. Police Headquarters in Torcy, Le Parisien, September 2018.

“Creation of a gymnasium at Bassins à flot in Bordeaux, a short walk from the school”. Bassins à flot Gymnasium in Bordeaux, France bleu, September 2018.

“The architecture of the Glass Museum shines beyond Sars-Poteries”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, France inter, August 2018.

“In Marseille, IMVT arranges the urban landscape”. IMVT in Marseille, Le Moniteur, March 2018,

“Tourism: a museum renewal”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, France2 TV, August 2017,

The music and dance academy in La Rochelle, Le Moniteur, July 2017.

“Understanding, a visit to 15 remarkable dense housing projects”. Jean Durroux Housing in Foix, CAUE Bouches-du-Rhône, April 2017.

The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, L’Observatoire CAUE, January 2017.

“W-Architectures Glass Museum”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, project no. 26, December-January-February/2016-2017.

“W-Architectures, Museum of glass”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Divisare, January 2017.

The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, AMC Architecture in France 2016, December 2016 / January 2017.

“La Rochelle: what will the new academy look like? ”. The music and dance academy in La Rochelle, Sud-Ouest, December 2016.

“Glass is given a new showcase”, The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Figaro Magazine, December 2016.

“A photographer’s view: Cyrille Weiner, revealing an atmosphere”, The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, AMC, December 2016.

“Glass Museum: an unassuming and bright glass museum in Sars-Poteries”, The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, La Chronique du BTP, November 2016.

“Stone-clad museum harmonises with its rural”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, FRAM3, November 2016.

“The Glass Museum, at the birth of glass”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, TLmag number 26, November 2016.

“The Glass Museum, Sars-Poteries”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, D’Architectures n°249, November 2016.

“The Glass Museum”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Youtube createursdhorizons, October 2016.

“The Glass Museum, a sumptuous oasis for glass art”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Arts&Scènes, October 2016.

“A stone shelter for the Glass Museum”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Arts&Scènes, September 2016.

“Major reconstruction of a city centre high school in Toulouse”. Pierre de Fermat High School in Toulouse, Le Moniteur, September 2016.

“Completion of the Glass Museum project in Sars-Poteries (Nord)”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Le Moniteur, July 2016.

“Toulouse enters the BIM”. Grand Selve school group in Toulouse, Le Moniteur, July 2016.

“The Jacobin convent in Toulouse equipped for the 21st century”, Restoration of the Jacobin Convent in Toulouse, Le Moniteur, 4 June 2015.

“PAIR: Historic foundation”. Alsace Studies and Conservation Centre (Rhine Interdepartmental Archaeology Unit), DNA Sélestat, Wednesday 15 April 2015.

2010 – 2015

“Architectural Outings”. Jean Durroux Housing in Foix, Architecture Guide, MAMP 1st edition, September 2013.

“Conferences on museum architecture”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Le Moniteur, magazine n°5731, 27 September 2013.

“A collection of new apartments in Balma Vidailhan” 80 housing units in Balma, La Dépêche, web article, March 2013.

“Concrete skins – 65 contemporary architectures”. The Ingres Museum Storerooms in Montauban, Betocib, Éditions Dunod, March 2013.

“International Prehistory Centre: reflecting 400,000 years of human occupation”. The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, 02 space, Technal magazine, March 2013.

“Prehistory Museum”. The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, Technal e-magazine, web magazine, January 2013.

“Aluminium and prehistory”. The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, Architecture Intérieur Crée, magazine n°359, 28 December 2012.

“W-Architectures. Taking a step back”. Architecture booklet, Midi-Pyrénées Patrimoine, magazine, winter 2012.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. 12/12 editorial, theme: Strasbourg, feedback, Archicontemporaine.org, web article, 04 December 2012.

“Social housing in Midi-Pyrénées, quality of use, architectural quality? ”. Jean Durroux Housing in Foix, Plan Libre, review no. 106, November 2012.

“Foix. The Jean Durroux housing wins more awards”. Jean Durroux Housing in Foix, La Dépêche, web article, 24 October 2012.

“Discover the future Fermat High School”, Fermat High School, Toulouse. La Dépêche, web article, 11 September 2012.

“Jean Moulin School Group”. Jean Moulin School Group, Montauban. dA, web article, 29 August 2012.

“New Cultural Centre”. Regional Cultural Creation Centre, Bordeaux. WA wettbewerbe-aktuell, web article, 15 August 2012.

“W-Architectures enjoys success with the Nord Glass Museum”. – News – Video report and interview with Raphaël Voinchet. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Le Moniteur, web article, 01 June 2012.

“The departmental Glass Museum in Sars-Poterie is a game changer”. Architecture & Urbanisme – Competition results. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Le Moniteur, magazine n° 5662, 01 June 2012.

Interview with the Mayor of Laréole, Hubert Samazan, Restoration of Château de Laréole, Haute-Garonne, magazine n°122, May 2012.

“Editorial” special number 100. W-architectures Agency, Plan Libre, review n°100, May 2012.

“Glass highlights”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Eco 121, article, May 2012.

“The future Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries: a flagship in blue stone”. The Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, La Voix du Nord, web article, 23 April 2012.

“We are going to spend more on roads and secondary schools”. Interview with Patrick Kanner, President of the Nord General Council (59), Glass Museum in Sars-Poteries, Le Moniteur, magazine no. 5653, 30 March 2012.

“In 2015, Sars-Poteries will welcome a new Glass Museum in blue stone”. Press conference on 23 March 2012, La Voix du Nord, web article, 29 March 2012.

“Working Lives Toulouse: Architect” Interview with Bernard Voinchet on the BBC, BBC News, www.bbc.co.uk/news/, 23 March 2012.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. Le Monde Magazine, review n°25, 10 March 2012.

“VIEW”. “DENSE, DENSE, DENSE” exhibition catalogue. Published by the Bouches du Rhône General Council and CAUE 13, catalogue, 27 January 2012.

“Quality at the forefront of architectural encounters.” Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award 2011: 6th edition, Le Moniteur, review no. 5643, 20 January 2012.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. Revue A Vivre, review n°64, January-February 2012.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. 建筑 公共 接待 游客中心 展览 展示 历史. GOoood review, www.gooood.hk, 09 January 2012.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. MUUUZ review, www.muuuz.com, 02 January 2012.

“Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award – 2011: 6th edition” The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, Plan Libre, review no. 97, December 2011.

“Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award – 2011: 6th edition” Jean Moulin School Group in Montauban, Plan Libre, review no. 97, December 2011.

“Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award – 2011: 6th edition” Jean Durroux Housing in Foix, Plan Libre, review no. 97, December 2011.

“6th edition of the Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award”. Le Moniteur, web article, 02 December 2011.

“Midi-Pyrénées Architecture Award 2011: 6th edition” IPC Welcome Centre, Jean Moulin School, Jean Durroux Housing, Maison de l’Architecture Midi-Pyrénées Catalogue, December 2011.

“Departmental Disability Support Centre” – MDPH. Plan Libre, review n°96, November 2011.

“Luxs, a line of sight? ”. The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, Plan Libre, review no. 96, November 2011.

“Landschaft und Geschichte”. The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, a+t (Architektur + Technik), review, September 2011.

“Architecture in the landscape”. Le festin, review n°79, autumn 2011.

“Editorial with Bernard Voinchet, CROAMP adviser”. Plan Libre, review n°094, September 2011.

“Architecture and prehistory”. Sud-Ouest, article dated 14 September 2011.

“220 children will celebrate Monday at the new Jean-Moulin school”. La Dépêche du Midi, article dated 5 September 2011.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. Revue Trapèze, www.trapeze-revue.net, review n°06, September 2011.

“The new Pamiers sports complex”. Le Moniteur, review n°5615, 8 July 2011.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. Annuel Optimiste de l’architecture 2010 in La French Touch, book, 23 June 2011.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. Construction Moderne, review n°136, June 2011.

“The regional centre of culture and the creative economy – Bordeaux”. Le Moniteur, review n°5606, 06 May 2011.

“Oloron St Marie media library”. Les Jeudis de l’Architecture by François Chaslin. France Culture, TV broadcast, 24 February 2011.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. W-Architectures & le bureau baroque monograph Texts written by François Barré, Sophie Trélcat, Heinz Wissman. Photography by Cyrille Weiner. Book, 160 colour pages, February 2011.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. EXE, review n°003, January – February – March 2011.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. The 100 buildings of 2011, AMC review, no. 202, January 2011.

“An oasis for prehistory”, Le Moniteur, review no. 5584, 03 December 2010.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”, d’A, review no. 195, November 2010.

“The IPC offers a great welcome”, Le festin, review no. 75, autumn 2010.

“An oasis for prehistory, the International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre”. Le Moniteur, review n°5568, 13 August 2010.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. France Télévision, video, 27 July 2010.

“The new faces of social housing”. Le Moniteur, review n°5543, 19 February 2010.

“38 social housing units – 2009 – A year of architecture in France”. AMC, review no. 193, December 2009 – January 2010.

2005 – 2010

“Gateway to the International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre”. Le Moniteur, review n°5533, 11 December 2009.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. Le Moniteur, review n°5495, 20 March 2009.

“The Ingres Museum Storerooms – MEDIUM PATTERN”. AMC Hors-Série, “PATTERN PROJECTS”, review, February 2009.

“The Ingres Museum storerooms – the 100 buildings of 2009”. AMC, review no. 184, 29 January 2009.

“The Rois de Majorque palace”. Le Moniteur, review n°5472, 10 October 2008.

“The International Prehistory Centre’s Welcome Centre in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac”. Vivre en Périgord, review n°15, July 2008.

“A new prehistory centre in Eyzies-de-Tayac”. Sud-Ouest special supplement, review no. 19826, 3 July 2008.

“Concrete, a unique material, multiple expressions – The Ingres Museum storerooms”. Le Moniteur, review n°5446, 11 April 2008.

“Black and white are revealed – The Ingres Museum storerooms”. Le Moniteur, review n°5441, 07 March 2008.

“An oasis for the Ingres Museum storerooms”. Le Moniteur, review n°5440, 29 February 2008.

“A shrine to architecture”. La Dépêche du Midi, article dated 02 February 2007.

“2006, an excellent year for architecture”. Le Monde, article dated 12 January 2007.

“New conquerors”. ArchiCREE, review n°328, January 2007.

“A year of architecture in France, Youth section”. AMC, review n°166, January 2007.

“The 20th Architecture Meetings”. Le Moniteur, review n°5375, 01 December 2006.

“The New Young Architects’ Collections awards (NAJA) 2005-2006”. Éditions Jean-Michel Place, Paris, November 2006 review.

“The project managers”. Le Moniteur, review n°5373, 17 November 2006.

“Five young architects in Midi-Pyrénées”. Plan Libre, Maison de l’architecture de Midi-Pyrénées, review n° 44, November 2006.

“Five young architects in Midi-Pyrénées”. La Dépêche du Midi, article dated 17 October 2006.

“Architect: new version”. A Vivre (2006 special issue), June 2006 version.

“The New Young Architects’ Collections awards” Le Journal de l’École d’architecture Paris-Val-de-Seine, article dated June 2006.

“NAJA recognises 22 winners”. Le Moniteur, n°5348, 26 May 2006.

“Rites of passage: collections, competitions, calls for ideas...”. Techniques & Architecture, review n°483, May 2006.

“The Ingres Museum Storerooms”. Plan Libre, Maison de l’architecture de Midi-Pyrénées, review n° 36, October 2005.

“The Ingres Museum Storerooms”. Le Moniteur, review n°5314, 30 September 2005.