Marine holds a bachelor’s and then a master’s degree in applied foreign languages, which she received in 2013. She worked for several years as a translator before specializing in marketing translation, with a speecial focusing on the architectural design trades. In 2020, she joined a Bordeaux architecture firm as an administrative assistant responsible for tender submissions and works contracts.
In September 2022, she joined the firm of Deshoulières Jeanneau Architectes + Atelier Cambium as an administrative assistant. Marine currently focuses on tender submissions for government contracts as well as the administrative oversight of projects under construction and payments.
A DPLG-licensed architect who graduated from the Nantes School of Architecture with a concentration in HQE, Jean-Pierre Bécot cut his teeth working at Architecture Studio in Paris and for Hervé Beaudouin in Niort before joining Deshoulières Jeanneau Architectes in 1988 as assistant project manager. He has directed several cultural projects, including the refurbishment of the Pierre Moinot Médiathèque in Niort, the remodelling of the Auguste Tolbecque Music Conservatory in Niort, and the transformation of the Anguitard Mill into a cultural centre in Chasseneuil-du-Poitou. He is currently overseeing the construction of the Central Multimedia Library in Bayonne.
From 2013 to 2017, Jean-Pierre was President of the Poitou-Charentes Architecture Centre.
Ilona studied at the Institute of Design and Spatial Arrangement in Bordeaux. She began to focus on interior architecture, completing her training at Havane Studio, and then the architecture firm of Fabien Pédelaborde, where she participated in the development and renovation of vineyard cellars and private homes.
In December 2020, after completing her internship at the end of her studies, she joined Atelier Cambium as a draughtsperson and then as an architectural assistant. She is currently working on the competition for the Saint Joseph de Tivoli lycée, the design phases for the Îlot Saint Louis block, and on renovation projects for individual clients.
Co-Director of the Firm and Project Director
After completing her baccalaureate diploma in applied arts, Lola earned a BTS degree in product design at the Lycée Olivier de Serres before enrolling in the Marne la Vallée School of Architecture. With a specific interest in rehabilitation, she enrolled in a master’s program for the “transformation of constructed situations”, writing her thesis on “Escheat in French villages”. She earned her degree in June 2016 with a project that looked at the revitalisation of small-town city centres.
She joined Atelier Cambium while she was still in school, earning her HMONP (Part III RIBA equivalent) in June 2017. She is currently working on the refurbishment of the Lycée Saint Joseph de Tivoli and on designing an office complex in Bordeaux.
After a year of studying applied arts, Meryl enrolled in the Montpellier School of Architecture. As part of her course of study, she also attended the Milan Polytechnic. With a specific interest in the mingling of scales, she enrolled in a master’s program at the Lyon School of Architecture with an eye to studying the Greater Lyon metropolitan area. In June 2016, she received her government-issued degree for her project on the requalification and transformation of the areas surrounding the railway stations in the chemical industry corridor known as the “Vallée de la Chimie”, south of the city.
She then went to work for the Milan firm Laboratorio Permanente, where she participated in competitions for office complexes. She returned to France to work for Exit Paysage, where she honed her skills in urban planning and large-scale projects. In November 2017, she joined Atelier Cambium, earning her HMONP (Part III RIBA equivalent) in 2019. She is currently involved in the execution phase of the Bel Air collective housing projects and the renovation of a private residence.
After a year studying art history and completing a BTS degree in “spatial design” at the Écoles de Condé, Natcha enrolled in the Bordeaux School of Architecture. With an interest in the influence of Hispanic architecture across Europe, she wrote her thesis on the city of Barcelona and studied at the Polytechnic of that same city. She received her government-issued degree in June 2017. During her master’s, she worked at Fabien Pédelaborde, where she focused on the issue of heritage and the rehabilitation of vineyard cellars. After receiving her HMONP (Part III RIBA equivalent), she joined the firm of Hessamfar & Vérons as project manager, where she participated in tender competitions to build school complexes.
She joined Atelier Cambium in 2020 as project manager. She is currently overseeing the execution phases of the Château de Beaugey and Hôtel des Faures projects, as well as for several private residences.
Director of Communications and Development
After receiving her government issued degree in architecture in 2007 from the Lyon School of Architecture, Anne-Sophie wrote her doctoral thesis and taught design studio. She then began to focus on development and communications in architecture, working for several international firms (LAN, Dominique Perrault Architecte, and ACME London/Berlin).
She joined Atelier Cambium in 2021 as director of communications and development, a role that she has also held since 2022 for Deshoulières Jeanneau Architectes. She also works on the preparatory phases of certain projects, such as the submission for the AMI Call for Expression of Interest titled “Committed to Quality Housing for Tomorrow”, a tender for which the firm has been awarded and will soon receive legal support and funding from the government.
After earning his degree in civil engineering from CNAM, Franck began his career as a section engineer at GTM. After stints at VALEO and OBM Construction, Franck founded his own project management firm in 2008, Ascoba, which merged with Atelier Cambium in 2016. Since then, he has directed the firm together with Olivier, supervising all projects. He holds the same position at Deshoulières Jeanneau Architectes, which Atelier Cambium acquired in 2022.
After earning a BTS degree in “spatial design” from the Écoles de Condé, Pierre enrolled in the Bordeaux School of Architecture. Fascinated by the issue of the déjà-là, of what is “already there”, he wrote his thesis on the exploration of existing structures as raw material for new projects. He joined Atelier Cambium while still completing his master’s, working on collective housing projects like the Îlot Saint-Louis block and EB2a block in the Belvédère neighborhood. He received his government-issued degree in February 2021. His final project was on the rehabilitation of the fifth façade (i.e., the rooftops) of parking structures as a new public space in the greater Bordeaux area.
Pierre works on competitions for collective housing projects, on overseeing the execution phases of the Baclac BEPOS energy-positive office complex project, and studies for individual homes. He is currently preparing for his HMONP (Part III RIBA equivalent) at the Bordeaux School of Architecture.
Quentin enrolled in the Bordeaux School of Architecture in 2008 and received his HMONP (Part III RIBA equivalent) in 2013. He joined Atelier Cambium in 2015 as a project manager. He has worked on Villa Rohan, the transformation of an office building into housing, on the rehabilitation and extension of a BEPOS energy-positive office building, as well as on the Saint Louis project to build 65 housing units under the “3-star Bordeaux frugal building” label.
An architect who earned his degree from the Paris-Malaquais School of Architecture and the holder of a project management authorization in his own name, Olivier began his career at Brenac & Gonzalez & Associés in 2003. Together with Guillaume Grenu, he founded the Paris-based architecture firm OLGGA in 2005, which specialises in athletics facilities. He completed his studies in 2007 with a training in wood-frame construction at the National Council for Wood Development. He has directed Atelier Cambium together with Franck since 2010, supervising all the firm’s projects. He holds this same position at Deshoulières Jeanneau Architectes, which Atelier Cambium aquired in 2022.
Alongside his practice as an architect, Olivier has been a councillor to the Nouvelle Aquitaine Order of Architects since February 2021.
Immediately after earning his baccalaureate diploma – because he is super smart –, Pierre enrolled in the Bordeaux School of Architecture in 2012. After earning his degree in February 2019 with a project for the remodelling and restructuring of grands ensembleslarge housing projects, he received his HMONP (Part III RIBA equivalent) from the Val de Seine School of Architecture in 2021. He joined Atelier Cambium as he was completing his final project and became an employee in 2019.
He works on developing projects for collective housing and offices. Most recently, he participated in the rehabilitation of a former fire station and the creation of a co-living space for students as part of the Request for Proposals for which Atelier Cambium was a winning bidder.
After earning her BTS degree in “Bureaucratic Organisation and Management Secretariat” in 1989, Dominique worked for the architecture and urban planning firm of Groupement Permanent d’Architectes. In 2002, she joined the firm of Jean-Jacques Soulas, who would go on to found Atelier Cambium with Olivier Laurent in November 2006.
Dominique is currently Atelier Cambium’s technical assistant. She is responsible for drafting works contracts, technical documentation, and for the financial oversight of construction projects. She also works on subcontracting and company billing together with the project managers.
After earning her master’s with a focus on “heritage” and studying for a semester at Seoul National University, Nina earned her degree from the Nantes School of Architecture in February 2022. While she was studying for her master’s, she also worked at SABH on a project for a mortuary, which echoed her thesis on silence in architecture. As a project assistant, she has worked on collective housing competitions and the development of the stadium for the Angers SCO football team.
She joined Atelier Cambium in April 2022 as a project assistant. She is currently working on the EB2a project in the Belvédère neighbourhood and on the design phases of projects for individual clients.
After studying civil engineering in an IUT program for two years, Bastien earned a diploma in construction economics. He met Franck Ferrier, with whom he conducted his work-study programme, earning his degree in June 2011. His career began at Ascoba, where he oversaw the execution phases of individual homes and offices.
In 2015, Ascoba merged with Atelier Cambium, at which point Bastien became Works Director. He oversees the drafting of written documents and the negotiation phases. He oversees construction projects and the delivery of projects. He is currently working on the rehabilitation of offices and the construction of the Orion Square in the Bastide Niel neighbourhood.
Co-Director of the firm and Project Director
After completing a DUT degree in civil engineering in Reims, Marine enrolled in the Paris Val de Seine School of Architecture, which led to a master’s at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. Alongside her studies, she worked for Jean-Paul Viguier as a project assistant on competitions for the rehabilitation of office spaces. She earned her architecture degree in 2012 from the Val de Seine School of Architecture and then joined the firm of “Vous êtes ici Architectes”, where she received her HMONP (Part III RIBA equivalent).
She joined Atelier Cambium in 2013. From design to execution phases, she has directed projects for collective housing and hotels, the Hôtel Atlantic in particular. She is currently directing the EB2a project in the Belvédère neighbourhood.
After earning her professional baccalaureate in bureaucratic organisation with honours, Sophie worked for Groupement Permanent d’Architectes as an administrative assistant starting in August 1990. She then became manager of the litigation department, and then assistant for sales and materials procurement for various companies in the world of construction, including Point P.
In 2010, she began working for Calixte Tinard, a construction economist, and for Atelier Cambium, for whom she is now the administrative assistant. She is responsible the administrative management and for monitoring expenses, as well as for the secretary and reception office. She oversees the day-to-day life of the firm.
After earning a BTS diploma in “Spatial Design” from the Ecole de Condé in Paris en 2012, she then transferred to the Paris Val de Seine School of Architecture. She earned her degree in 2016 with a project for the rehabilitation and extension of a former oratory, and in 2017, she decided to complete her training with a professional year to earn her HMNOP (Part III RIBA equivalent). She decided to do this at the firm of Deshoulières Jeanneau Architectes, which specialises in the rehabilitation and extension of cultural facilities. For her first construction project, she oversaw the restructuring of the School of Pharmacy, which involved the creation of a cafeteria and classrooms for trainings. She is currently working on the restauration of the façades and listed interiors at the Hôtel de Broglie, within the French National Assembly. She is also overseeing the studies for the requalification of the common areas of the Cité Bonnier housing project and for the construction of an administrative building for the University of Poitiers.
The holder of a degree from the École Boulle in “Spatial Design”, a master’s in architecture, and an HMONP (Part III RIBA equivalent) earned in 2015 and 2018 from the Paris Val-de-Seine School of Architecture, Lou joined the firm of DJA in 2018 after working for three years for the firm of Stéphane Maupin, where he was responsible for various projects, including the bar and restaurant at the Maison de la Radio and the Lotus participative habitat.
At the firm of DJA, in addition to overseeing competitions for government contracts, he oversaw the operations for the Palaiseau Music Conservatory and for the Marne Campus at the University of Bordeaux, from the study to the execution phase.