Anthony BECHU

An eco-responsible architect

Born on 31 October 1950, Anthony Bechu, son and grandson of an architect, has been a DPLG architect since 1976, and graduated from the Centre d'Etudes Supérieures d'Histoire et de Conservation des Monuments Anciens in 1981.

He is also a member of the Paris Academy of Architecture, the board of the Association of Heritage Architects, and the Academy of Technologies, has taught at the Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics in Paris, and still teaches at the American art schools in Fontainebleau.

Passionate about the history and identity of a place, his contemporary architectural research is an attempt at writing and grammar that draws its sources from the analysis of the culture, morphology and history to be dealt with: renovation projects, new projects, but also campuses and cities, with the great objective of linking histories while implementing project methods and eco-responsible strategies that respond to present and future issues.



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