Roland Castro & Sophie Denissof Architects, Paris, French Architecture, Building, France
Roland Castro & Sophie Denissof, France
Contemporary French Architects Practice – design studio based in Paris: Information
post updated 28 Mar 2021
Roland Castro & Sophie Denissof – Key Projects
Featured Building by this French design studio:
Seguin Island redevelopment, Renault site, Paris, France
Date built: –
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Location: Paris, France, Europe
Roland Castro & Sophie Denissof Practice Information
Atelier Castro Denissof Casi Architecture & Urbanisme based in Paris, France
Au 32 bd de Ménilmontant, Paris 20e
This practice seem to be inactive, their website is not working when checked on 14th March 2020, and their facebook does not appear to have been updated since 2016. Readers comments welcome.
Photo of the architect taken 21 October 2019:
photo : Jacques Paquier, CC BY 2.0
Roland has shared his knowledge and values for more than forty years with his associates who have joined him over time: Sophie Denissof in 1988, Gérald Heulluy and Marie-Hélène Hours in 2012, Silvia Casi in 2005, today now a consultant – and all of its team, around twenty architects and town planners.
The Castro Denissof Associés workshop defends projects that place the concept of urbanity at the heart of the design: an approach that crosses the different scales of the city, territories, metropolises, according to the principle of urbanizing architecture and which s ” is based on a sensitive approach, where each place is unique and contributes to the identity of the territory in which it is located.
Since the 1990s, he has been developing the remodeling of large complexes, an innovative approach with the ambition of transforming uses and image for the benefit of residents.
The domestic and appropriative qualities of the habitat respond to the commonly shared desire to invest in one’s home like a house.
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2024 Paris Olympics’ Aquatics Center
Architects: VenhoevenCS and Ateliers 2/3/4/
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2024 Paris Olympics Aquatics Center Building
2024 Paris Olympics’ Aquatic Center
Design: MAD Architects ; Jacques Rougerie Architecture ; Atelier Phileas Architecture ; Apma Architecture
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2024 Paris Olympics Aquatic Center
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