Architecture Companies in France
(ma!ca) is an architectural firm based in the south of France that adapts its methodology to the unique requirements of each project. The explorative practice is guided by a commitment to push creative boundaries, and pays meticulous attention to every detail in a sensitive manner.
Jakob + MacFarlane is an architectural firm based in Paris. Its work explores digital technology both as a conceptual consideration and as a means of fabrication, using new materials as a possibility to create a more flexible, responsive, and immediate environment.
Bernard Tschumi Architects is an internationally-based firm dedicated to the interface between 21st-century conditions and architecture.
Ateliers Jean Nouvel is the culmination of a series of architectural practices headed by Jean Nouvel since 1970. As one of the largest architectural firms in France, AJN is currently involved in 40 active projects across 13 countries. Jean Nouvel has headed his own architectural practice since 1970.
OSLO architectes is an architectural design firm based in Strasbourg (FR), and works with a staff of 33 professionals, architects and engineers. The firm is led by three partners: Laurent Fleury, Josselin Lutz and Nicolas Parent.
Erik Giudice Architects is a multidisciplinary office based in Paris and Stockholm. Erik Giudice and his team have built up international recognition through winning competition entries and built projects in a wide range of scales and programs: from cultural centers, sport facilities to large urban projects.
Dietmar Feichtinger established his firm in Paris in 1993 and operates mainly in Europe. DFA has built a strong reputation for its inventive structures and its investigative approach to design. Its work links both architecture and engineering whilst exploring the dynamic between these two disciplines. In a constant strive, DFA is looking for integrating environmental and sustainable development, in an elegant and sensitive architecture that is respectful of nature and humans.
Founded in 2011 by Gilles Margot-Duclot and Guillaume Margot-Duclot, the French-Parisian firm Margot-Duclot architect's associates, is the result of the union of two generations sharing the same ambition. Specialists in complex and multiprogram projects they intervene at all scales, they defend an antidogmatic, humanistic and contextual vision of the project.