A graduate of the Chaillot School (2014, DSA Architecture and Heritage), he has been chief architect of historic monuments (ACMH) since 2016. During his training at Chaillot, he worked with Cédric Trentesaux on a survey of the Gothic roof structures of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. In the aftermath of the cathedral fire, Philippe Villeneuve, the ACMH in charge of the cathedral, called on his excellent knowledge of the missing frameworks to assist him in the operations to secure and then restore the cathedral. Since then, he has been working alongside Philippe Villeneuve and Pascal Prunet to restore the building. 

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Reconstruire Notre-Dame

March 12, 2024 | Seminar Creation | Session report

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