VIGUIER, made-to-measure answers

VIGUIER, made-to-measure answers

VIGUIER is an international architecture, urban planning and landscape design practice based in Paris.
Reputed for producing highly original, creative work, the agency has been awarded many times.

The firm seeks to explore the frontiers of an architecture that is both innovative and sustainable. Always looking to extend boundaries and explore new concepts, VIGUIER is resolutely experimental in its approach, arriving at bespoke solutions that are in keeping with both architecture’s universal values and the firm’s corporate responsibility to society.

Version Rubis
2009
 Montpellier, Francia
Version Rubis
2009
 Montpellier, Francia

Projects in both France and around the world, whether for public or private clients, form part of an architectural approach that places the individual and society as a whole at its center.

Version Rubis
2009
 Montpellier, Francia
Version Rubis
2009
 Montpellier, Francia

Its projects are developed in keeping with an ecosystems approach that allows the practice to be simultaneously bold and precise in how it answers the wide range of questions that arise in every project.

Le Connestable
2011
Granoble, Francia
Le Connestable
2011
Granoble, Francia
Le Connestable
2011
Granoble, Francia
Le Connestable
2011
Granoble, Francia

VIGUIER takes global approach to all its work, allowing it to operate at different levels of scale, from the macro to the micro.  Four disciplines: architecture, interior architecture, urban planning and landscape design, are integrated into the overall practice and work hand-in-hand.

Cœur de Quartier
Nanterre, Francia
Cœur de Quartier
Nanterre, Francia
Cœur de Quartier
Nanterre, Francia
Cœur de Quartier
Nanterre, Francia

With an ecosystems vision, the firm fits into the French scene, which, as always, maintains one of the firsts on the experience of Social Housing.
“The agency has thus shown an ability to build in various parts of the world and strives to bring to its projects the best possible responses to the relationship between buildings and their environment.”

Links:
https://archello.com/
https://www.archdaily.com/

https://www.world-architects.com/