Matthias Armengaud

Architect Paris / France

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Matthias Armengaud
Matthias Armengaud
Matthias Armengaud
  • Address 25 Rue Henry Monnier, 75009 Paris | France
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Founding member and director of AWP, Matthias is in charge, since 2003, of the practice’s architectural, landscape and urban projects both in France and internationally (Scandinavia, Italy, Switzerland, China, etc), focusing on public spaces, cultural facilities, infrastructures and large-scale masterplanning. He is currently working on a four-year mission for the state of Geneva concerning the masterplanning of all public spaces and mobility for the 230ha Praille-Acacias-Vernets area, in the south of Geneva, as well as for the construction of the Evry wastewater treatment plant and that of cultural facilities in Bois le Roi, France. He collaborates regularly with Dominique Perrault (retail towers, harbours, museum projects) and with ADPI (the architecture deparment of the Paris Airport company), both in France and internationally. Founder of the “Troll” label and responsible for several strategic studies about nighttime mobility for the City on the Move Institute and the municipalities of Rome, Copenhagen, Malmö, Paris, Brussels, Barcelona, Helsinki, Rome, Toronto and Belgrade, he is also founding director of MTMA, and urban trends forecasting agency, and a consultant for future cities for several institutions. Currently visiting professor at Fribourg (Switzerland) Engineering and Architecture school, Matthias has been invited to lecture and chair juries at several architecture universities (the EPFL in Lausanne, 2009, the ENSA Versailles, 2008, the “Extraordinary Landscapes” master’s program at Politecnico de Milano, 2006-08, Elisava Barcelona, 2005, Marne-la-Vallée Architecture School, 2003-05, among others). He won first place at the Forum des jeunes architects in 2000; the Tony Garnier urban planning prize organized by the French Academy of Architecture in 2001; the French Ministry of Culture prize for Best Young Architects in 2006, and the French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainability, Transport and Housing, PJU urban planning award in 2010, Matthias is a fraduate from the Versailles School of Archtiecture, and founded AWP in Paris in 2003.