Member Since: 2018
Member Offices: Paris
Cro&Co Architecture is structured around founder architect Jean-Luc Crochon, and his cosmopolitan team, mixed and passionate, of about 20 talented professionals.
Based in Paris, for the last 20 years the practice has worked on ambitious projects, recognised by numerous prizes and realised by clients of renown.
Among its principal realisations figure the Gals factory (Switzerland), the Paris Habitat headquarters (Paris, FR), the Circé carpark (Montpellier, FR), the Foch hospital (Suresnes, FR), the INRA laboratories (Jouy-en-Josas, FR) and, in the business district of Paris La Défense, the rehabilitation of the Cnit and, more recently, the Carré Michelet (2019) and the Trinity Tower (2020).
The practice’s architectural approach is reflected in a broad range of projects and spans from urban developments to furniture design. Social values and the wellbeing of users are at the heart of its reflection in order to create rich places, that are adapted to the uses and their evolution, and where sharing, serendipity and environmental quality play a central role.
Headed by Nayla Mecattaf and founded in 2017 in association with Jean-Luc Crochon, CroMe is a studio dedicated to international projects. Based on values of exchange and openness, CroMe uses its expertise to explore new horizons, in dialogue with different cultures.
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157.2 m / 516 ft