Jean-Luc Pérez

An architect born in 1958, Jean-Luc Pérez first trained in photography and drawing at the Penninghen School of Graphic Arts, before entering the National School of Architecture in Paris-Belleville. In 1992, he founded the agency L’Atelier du Prado, which merged in 2012 with the agency Babel to become Babel + Prado. Regardless of the scale at which he deploys his thinking, Pérez is always concerned with the memory of places and the quality of use of buildings in the making. "I am attached to Le Corbusier, because he measures architecture by the body and he is fascinated by the city", specifies the one who works above all for public orders in the fields of architecture and town planning. Over the course of the projects, Babel + Prado is developing specific know-how for social housing and hospital facilities: "In social housing, you have to work in small spaces and give the impression that they are larger.”. Another subject that interests him: the making of the contemporary city and its energy challenges, as evidenced by the French Pavilion at the Dubai World Expo.


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