LEM+ architectes

Architecture Firm Paris / France

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Pierre Lépinay and Bertrand Meurice met in 2000 while working in an agency. In 2004, they decided to join forces and submitted a competition entry for the multimedia library in Ballan-Miré, France. That same year, they created their own agency which has recently been renamed LEM+ architectes. Their projects, covering a wide range of programmes that include housing, cultural amenities, schools and business premises, are designed to provide a calm and identifiable architecture. The aim is to allow the occupants to appropriate and personalise the space. The objective expressed by Pierre Lépinay and Bertrand Meurice is to create high quality, comfortable and sustainable environments that can be proudly occupied by the occupants, allowing them to construct their own specific identity. The two architects offer distinctive buildings whose forms directly result from their specific settings. Their projects seek to make best use of modern technologies while also taking full advantage of climatic resources.
LEM+ architectes
LEM+ architectes

Pierre Lépinay and Bertrand Meurice met in 2000 while working in an agency. In 2004, they decided to join forces and submitted a competition entry for the multimedia library in Ballan-Miré, France. That same year, they created their own agency which has recently been renamed LEM+ architectes. Their projects, covering a wide range of programmes that include housing, cultural amenities, schools and business premises, are designed to provide a calm and identifiable architecture. The aim is to...

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