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Philippe Ameller

Architect DPLG (Graduated By Government Decree). Member of the Académie d'architecture. After studying advanced mathematics, Philippe Ameller graduates in 1982 from l'École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, in Henri Ciriani’s studio. He works as an associate with François Monnet, then Christiane Schnmuckle-Mollard, with whom he completes a few public facilities in demanding Parisian historic settings. In 1990, he founds Ameller & Dubois with Jacques Dubois.

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Jacques Dubois

Architect DPLG (Graduated By Government Decree). After studying an eclectic array of topics such as French Litterature, Car mechanics and History, Jacques Dubois graduates in 1985 from l'École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, Unités pédagogiques d'architecture #4 and #6. In these eraly days, he also earns his long lasting reputation as a stout brass band leader and trumpet soloist in the finest Fanfare des Beaux-Arts. Jacques Dubois first works as an urban planner with Jean Laberthonnière, and then founds Ameller & Dubois with Philippe Ameller.

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Camille Henry

DPLG Architect, graduated from Lyon Architecture School in 2005. After a 6-year collaboration with the Sansovini workshop, Camille Henry joins Ameller Dubois in 2011. Since then, she has carried out numerous projects, including the Nanterre’s University training center, the Boucicaut housing complex in Paris and the police headquarters in La Rochelle. She became a partner in 2017.

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Emilie Marx

DPLG Architect, graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville in 2006, Emilie MARX works at Obras Paris, then at Jourda architects, and Reichen & Robert, before joining Ameller Dubois in 2010. As a project manager, she works on many important operations such as the police station of Les Mureaux near Paris, the new market hall in Pau or the Museum of Books and Images in Colmar. Emilie became a partner in 2017.

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Grégoire Seidel

INSA architect, graduated from the National Institute of Applied Sciences in Strasbourg in 2008. Grégoire Seidel joined Ameller Dubois at the beginning of his career in 2009. He has since led more than 20 operations for the agency, including many school groups and housing projects. Grégoire Seidel became a partner in 2017.

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Stéphane Védrenne

After studying Civil Engineering, Stéphane Vedrenne studied Environmental Design in Quebec and obtained his diploma as a DPLG Architect in 2005 at the School of Architecture of the City and Territories of Marne-la-Vallée followed by a Master of Urban Planning in Sustainable Urban Development. Stéphane Vedrenne began his career at the Seura agency where he worked for six years with David MANGIN. He joined Ameller Dubois in 2011 as a project manager and became a partner in 2017. He also teaches at the ENPC (Ecole Nationale des Ponts & Chaussées) since 2005.

Founded in 1990 by Philippe Ameller and Jacques Dubois, the firm works prominently in the field of complex public facilities, healthcare buildings and housing projects. It now figures among the most dynamic teams in French architecture.

A staff of more than fourty participates each year to a score of national and international competitions, as well as to project development and management at every stage of the building process.

This website presents these people and our recent production, along with some older projects, indicative of a background, a practice, an evolution.