Philippe Gazeau
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Philippe Gazeau

Philippe Gazeau

Architects from Paris, France
Philippe Gazeau founded his practice in 1984 in Paris, after having graduated from a certified architect in the School of Architecture Paris La Villette. He helped found the agency's planning FGP (u), in 2004. He teaches at the Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Architecture Paris Val de Seine. He is a member of the collective French Touch. Winner of PAN 13 in 1984, winner of the Young Albums Architecture Prize in 1985 for the First Monitor work in 1985, to extend the school Gerbert at Paris Square mention of money in 1994 for housing street the Ourcq in Paris, special Mention Mies van der Rohe in 1994 for street housing the Ourcq in Paris, silver bracket in 2000, for Biancotto sports Centre in Paris, the Grand Prix Award for Environment architecture of the PACA region in 2003, for the cultural center of Mouans-Sartoux
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