Emma
nuelle Raoul
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Duval









About 


Emmanuelle Raoul-Duval is a french architect who is building and teaching. She graduated from ENSA Paris-Belleville (FR) and received her HMONP in 2010. For seven years she worked at the Bureau des Paysages, office of Alexandre Chemetoff, an interdisciplinary architectural practice rooted in the territory and its different scales. After following a large-scale project in Paris 10e as a project manager (91 apartments, nursery school and businesses), her continued interest in wood construction motivated her to spend three years at Standard Architecture in Los Angeles. Here, shifting her relation to scale by focusing on the structure and materiality of the individual home. While in L.A., Raoul-Duval also took part in exhibitions and installations at Studio 106 L.A. (Santa Monica) and Human Resources. She also participated in juries, publications, and workshops at UCLA Architecture and Urban Design, USC School of Architecture, and SCI-Arc Institute of Architecture.

Upon her return to Paris in 2020, Raoul-Duval founded ROOM atelier d’architecture focusing on domestic-scale projects and building upon a methodology of taking into account what is there, valorising rural/urban heritage, and learning from the history and transformation of the territories. She teaches at École d’architecture de la ville & des territoires Paris-Est. She also is Secretary-General of Syndicat de l’Architecture and participates national and international commissions at the Architects’ Council of Europe. She was appointed as a member for the 2023-2036 term of the International Competitions Commission at UIA / UNESCO. 
In her work, that be built or unbuilt, architecture, culture and politics are entwined.


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