AWP is an award winning interdisciplinary office for territorial reconfiguration and design

It is based in Paris and develops projects internationally working on a wide variety of programmes: architecture, landscape design, strategic planning, urbanism. These projects only differ in terms of context and scale but they all share the same values and visions: hospitality, beauty, an innovative confrontation between symbol and uses and a renewed relationship between architecture and landscape. Their portfolio of clients includes several european cities, metropolitan and regeneration authorities, cultural institutions and developers. Among their works: the French Pavilion for the Architecture Biennale in Sao Paulo (Brazil, 2007), the Lantern pavillon in Sandnes (Norway, 2008) the sculpture park for the LAM, Museum of Modern, Contemporary and Outsider Art, Fr (France 2010), the enlargement of a water purification plant (Evry, France 2003-12) and a 230ha strategic planning project for the Praille Acacias Vernets sector (Geneva, Switzerland, 2009-ongoing, with HHF). The three partners have exhibited their work and lectured at many architectural venues in Paris, London, Milan, Rome, Barcelona, Beijing, Toronto, Belgrade, Toronto, Tianjin, Winnipeg, Geneva, Copenhagen, Oslo, Trondheim, Tirana, Lausanne, New York and many others places.

Office for territorial reconfiguration
25 rue Henry Monnier
75009 Paris
Phone +33 14 654 10 03
Other Locations
Alessandra Cianchetta
Marc Armengaud
Matthias Armengaud
Fields of Activity
Landscape Architecture
Urban Planning
Public Space
Urban research