As architects, we experiment with different structural and morphological typologies
and different qualities of use and space through various architectural designs
built from polymer matrix composites.
/ i.e. Gridshell,
insulating structural envelopes,    shouldered domes.
/ i.e. Vertical structural element-free wide space,
thick translucent load-bearing walls and slabs, 
structural projection-free without any structural projection.    
We are developing various programmes and stairs:
habitat,   school,
daycare centres, furniture, 
and use in urban densification, suspended floor construction, grafts, extensions.  
One specific line of research concerns summer heat transfer technology,
in which we develop a situational approach, meshing/modelling the building layout,
the typology, and some elementary systems to exploit the low inertia of composites.
Great egyptian museum
Home sweet mobil home
Tailor-made material approach and Ecology
We are seeking to develop projects that use composites as tailor-made anisotropic materials,
and not by optimizing marginally. This approach forces us to think in another language
that is specific to composites. It also enables a “typological” opening of the construction and
of the architectural space that involves physical perceptions and a symbolic and cultural dimension.
The buildings realized thus far weigh 15% of the weight of a standard building of the same size
and it saves about 80% on materials, compensating for much of the embodied energy
required to make all of these materials.