Adress : 5, rue Margaux 33000 Bordeaux - France
Tel. : 05 56 51 74 52
Fax : 05 56 51 73 89
Contact : Christophe Gautié - Véronique Tastet
Function : Co-gérants
Email : email@example.com
Turnover : 892.000 € HT
Effective : 14
International presence : OUI
Flint is a Bordeaux based office of architects which is involved both in public and private projects. The fields we are working in are dwellings, offices, public equipments, cultural programs, educational, public spaces, town planning.
The office has completed projects in France and in Spain, and is involved in a large number of competitions. Our approach leans on a will of understanding the evolution of lifestyles, social uses, exchanges, organizations, and contextual and geographical data. We make up teams including the needed specific skills, work on several softwares, and make 3d physical models of all on going projects. Through the understanding of the stakes and the constraints are defined the qualities of the answer.
Products / Services
Our office works in both fields of architecture and town planning. We are in charge of the design and the follow-up of the construction site for our projects, within a team of which we are the representative.
Market / customer
Dwellings, offices, public equipments, cultural programs, educational, public spaces, town planning
Public institutions and private clients.
Born August 5, 1961 in Bayonne
D.U. Urban Law and Sustainable Development of Territories – Paris 13 University in 2014
HQE Training Level 1 and 2, Bordeaux Architects Training Centre in 2003 and 2004
Exhibition design training, City of Science and Industry in Paris in 1988
CEAA for Urban Architecture, 86-87 training, School of Architecture Paris Villemin
First Certificate in English, graduated from the University of Cambridge in 1986
DPLG Architecture School of Bordeaux in May 1985
Languages: French, Spanish, EnglishLangues parlées : Français, Espagnol, Anglais
Born July 17, 1962 in Albi
DPLG the Bordeaux School of Architecture in May 1990
Teacher at the Toulouse National School of Architecture (2008/2009)
Teaching Unit L61d, 3rd year project phase H2
Languages spoken: English, French