Noël Dominguez-Truchot architecte DPLG is founding NDA in 2007. Architectural firm based in Paris and specializing in both new construction and extension/rehabilitation, notably of sites with significant issues of heritage to consider. NDA is active on projects in such domains as residential, office, commercial, restaurant, hotel, education and exposition centers. The NDA studio also adapts to specific orders for such diverse projects as a photo studio, a call center and a mechanic shop for collectible automobiles.
NDA’s list of awards includes the UNESCO Cultural Center of Bamiyan, Afghanistan (2015). It was selected for the closed contest for the new main bookstore and boutique at the musée du Louvre, Paris (2015). It won “Les Lauriers de la Construction Bois” (2014) after being nominated for the “Prix de la Première OEuvre” (2013) and ranking among AMC’s 100 buildings of 2013. An NDA creation won a Unibail-Rodamco Prize (2011). NDA was recognized by the Institut d’Architecture de l’Université de Genève - Ville de Saint Julien en Genevois (2004). Noël Dominguez-Truchot is DPLG (french government-qualified) architect. Graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville (ENSAPB) (2007), he participated in the Diplômes exhibit at the Galerie d’architecture in Paris (2008). He is also an instructor at ENSAPB (since 2004).