Pervenche D’Audiffret


Head of Methods Studio at AREP
A trained architect with a Master’s degree in BIM Management from the French École des Ponts et Chaussées, Pervenche started her career in the aviation industry, specializing in large-scale projects. Driven by a keen interest in new technologies and working methods, she took up the position of BIM Manager in 2013, supporting both in-house teams and clients in the successful development of projects. Since 2017 she has been Head of Methods Studio at AREP.

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Jean-Baptiste Lefeuvre


Jean-Baptiste LEFEUVRE Head of the Environment department
Jean-Baptiste joined AREP in 2017 as Head of the Environment department after 15 years working on construction and sustainable development projects in the Paris Region and the Antilles. His work focuses on future challenges faced by cities, urban resilience, as well as energy and environmental strategies for a wide range of projects.

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Claude Le Breton


Architect, AREP’s Heritage Unit, Studio 5
For the past 20 years, Claude has been carrying out studies for AREP's Heritage Unit, which houses a document collection on railway stations and other rail facilities.
These studies are aimed at facilitating the detailed assessment of an existing building all the more so because the original features of an edifice may modify or, at the very least, guide the conception of a project. They can also be used as a basis for discussion with the French State architects in charge of heritage issues.


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Damien Guillou


Journalist and freelance writer
Damien provides writing services ranging from corporate newsletters and articles in mainstream media to online content and editing, adapting his style to various topics and types of readership. He is enthusiastic about things that nurture his curiosity, including architecture, design, and urban planning.


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Etienne RIOT


Head of the Research and Innovation Lab within AREP designlab
Design innovation and research regarding public spaces within AREP Designlab.
Etienne Riot has a PhD in urban planning and development and specialises in railway station management and rail market competition issues. He also coordinates design innovation projects regarding public spaces. He is particularly interested in how innovative solutions can be transformed to meet the needs of both users and site managers.


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Mateusz BOGDAN


Project Officer specializing in CFD and Thermal Comfort
Mateusz holds a PhD in civil engineering and has a deep passion for physical phenomena relating to building construction and thermal comfort. His keen interest in simulations and high performance computing (HPC) led him to specialize in the interactions between heat transfer, aeraulics and perceived comfort levels.

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Étienne BURDET


Project Officer specializing in Smart-City issues
Research fellow firstly with the École des Ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris and then with the Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment, Étienne specializes in the relationship between energy flows and urban form. He advises architects and engineers on issues relating to connected devices while making sure that "smart" projects are meaningful.

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Élise DAGEONS


Unit Manager - Operational management
Élise has a keen interest in land and city planning and has been with our Group since 2010. She is a unit manager in our Marseille office and in charge of various urban and architectural projects.

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Samuel DEGLISE


Project Officer specializing in Innovation and Sustainable Devel
Samuel manages AREP's Environment Division, which provides guidance in defining and achieving environmental performance goals when it comes to the Group's projects. He advises and carries out studies to help operational units make choices that are consistent with the requirements of a project, whatever its scale, in terms of sustainable development.

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Margot GUISLAIN


Journalist with Le Moniteur, AMC and Archiscopie
Margot holds a degree from Paris-Belleville School of Architecture and had been scenographer before becoming a journalist. She is an author and a freelance writer for architectural practices.

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