Christophe Rousselle

Architect Paris / France

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Christophe Rousselle
Christophe Rousselle’s office of architecture and urban planning was created in 2004 and works mainly on projects in France, Asia and Latin America.

Renowned for a highly conceptual approach, Christophe Rousselle explores the notion of ‘free volume’, bringing a unique look to each project.

This recurrent theme of shifting volumes, present in projects such as ‘Variacion’ in Santiago de Chile (2004) and the Cim Béton Tower in Grenoble, is now an integral part of a rational approach to building design.

A prizewinner of the Nouveaux Albums des Jeunes Architectes in 2006, Christophe Rousselle has also distinguished himself by being regularly selected to work on the issues of urban densification and highrise building in France and abroad.

This approach to architectural design within its immediate context makes it possible to embrace projects of all sizes that often require specific attention if they are to fit into their context and environment.

The firm has recently won major tenders, such as the creation of a university building nestling in the hills of Corte, a large primary school in the style of the Canton of Geneva, a gymnasium in Saint Nazaire with a variable silhouette and a highrise office building in China with hanging gardens overlooking the city.

Every project has to meet stringent requirements in terms of environmental quality and involves taking into account considerations as diverse as the local area, design and even sociology. A specific approach that firmly places sustainable development as a source of creativity to drive the architectural heritage of the future.
Christophe Rousselle
Christophe Rousselle
  • Address 4 Rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris | France
  • Tel +33(0)143070743
  • Fax +33(0)143072792

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Christophe Rousselle’s office of architecture and urban planning was created in 2004 and works mainly on projects in France, Asia and Latin America. Renowned for a highly conceptual approach, Christophe Rousselle explores the notion of ‘free volume’, bringing a unique look to each project. This recurrent theme of shifting volumes, present in projects such as ‘Variacion’ in Santiago de Chile (2004) and the Cim Béton Tower in Grenoble, is now an integral part of a rational approach to building design. A prizewinner of the Nouveaux Albums des Jeunes Architectes in 2006, Christophe Rousselle has also distinguished himself by being regularly selected to work on the issues of urban densification and highrise building in France and abroad. This approach to architectural design within its immediate context makes it possible to embrace projects of all sizes that often require specific attention if they are to fit into their context and environment. The firm has recently won major tenders, such as the creation of a university building nestling in the hills of Corte, a large primary school in the style of the Canton of Geneva, a gymnasium in Saint Nazaire with a variable silhouette and a highrise office building in China with hanging gardens overlooking the city. Every project has to meet stringent requirements in terms of environmental quality and involves taking into account considerations as diverse as the local area, design and even sociology. A specific approach that firmly places sustainable development as a source of creativity to drive the architectural heritage of the future.