Antoine Bruguerolle

Architect, professor of School de Chaillot.
Born on August 27, 1954. Certified architect. Graduate of the Ecole de Chaillot. A member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). A well-known specialist in restoration of cultural heritage sites. Consultant to the Council of Europe. Professor of the de Chaillot School.

In his work, Antoine Bruguerolle explores how to preserve historical cities and monuments, monitors the implementation of public and private projects, and also explores the landscape and urban construction in order to improve urban ensembles, historical gardens, monuments. He was engaged in the restoration of such historically significant monuments as the Palais Royal in Paris, the fortress Saint Jean in Marseille, Hotel de Raskas in Avignon and the castle Monclus. Antoine Bruguerolle is widely known in professional circles and often works abroad. The geography of his projects is impressive: Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Czech Republic, Greece, Bulgaria, Georgia, Argentina and Russia.