François Curato

François Curato

Partner Architect

François joined the practice 2008, initially working on the mixed used project La Garenne-Colombes, in Paris, before being part of the team for Hermitage Plaza, designing two mixed use towers in Paris La Défense. He has since delivered two projects in historical sites: Marseille Vieux Port, restoring the harbour as a pedestrian space with a simple mirror canopy, and La Porte Romaine, a residential building in Nîmes. François is currently working on Narbo Via museum in Narbonne and a new terminal extension for Marseille Airport. He studied INSA Strasbourg, graduating with distinction in 1995, before starting his own practice in South of France, designing and delivering a wide range of projects, from luxury villas to public buildings.