Martin Duplantier earned his four-year degree from the HEC in 2003 and his Masters from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris – Malaquais in 2007.
ENGAGED IN A GLOBAL VISION OF ARCHITECTURE AND SUSTAINABILITY, He draws from his experiences in China, Mexico, and Niger, where he developed a method of earthen construction that uses no wood. He began his career in world-renowned architecture firms, namely at Gerkan, Marg und Partners Architekten in Berlin, then at David Chipperfield Architects in London, where he was part of the Concept Team.
Martin Duplantier has worked on a number of projects at the regional scale: the Seafront at Anglet, Sokolniki Park (Moscow), the development of Reims Port Colbert (France), and the Cité Radieuse urban project in Marseille.
He is now the new President of AMO, a national association that brings the Board of Architects, the developers and the State institutions together to enhance architectural quality.
14:00 – 16:00, Location: River port