Atelier Seraji Architectes & Associés is an architecture and urbanism studio based in FRANCE and operates on an international scale. It was founded as Atelier Seraji in 1990 in Paris by Nasrine Seraji. Starting in 1991 with the Temporary American Center in Paris, the firm has realized a number of buildings, notably several collective housing projects in Paris and Vienna, a school of architecture in Lille, and a museum in the French countryside.
About Atelier Seraji Architectes & Associés
Nasrine Seraji has pursued a path constantly enriched by a simultaneous engagement in architectural practice, teaching, and research. The firm’s conception of architecture and urbanism, therefore, is consistent with the image of an atelier: a laboratory for both practice and research. Each project is studied and conceived in strict relationship with a critical analysis of its conditions of existence: its site and program, but also its socio-economic context and cultural specificities. Projects are the result of a patient reflection, guided by principles and a firmly established ethic, in an open dialogue both within the studio and with clients and collaborators.
In 2006, Roland Oberhofer and Nicolas Février joined Nasrine Seraji in the practice, signaling an expansion of the structure of the Atelier. Today, Atelier Seraji Architectes & Associés (ASAA) comprises 15 architects engaged in the process of reflecting and shaping the built environment. The firm regularly collaborates with special consultants in the fields of landscape, engineering, graphic design, programming, economics, and management, which allows the firm to put together, in the service of its projects, a team of professionals with complementary strengths.
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