Pauline Coutagne followed a curriculum to become a DPLG architect and studied at “l’Ecole de Marseille Luminy et Istituto Universitario di Architettura Venezia” from 1993 to 1999.
She entered the Bodin (and co) agency for 3 years to work on the renovation of the “Georges Pompidou” museum, as an assistant and later, project manager.
A free-lance architect since 2002, she worked for different Parisian agencies as a free-lance project manager :BTuA- Bernard Tschumi, 4BI- Bruno Moinard .
Pauline Coutagne worked in collaboration with the Achille agency on projects related to restaurants and today, on the renovation of the entry in the Château de Vincennes. She was also a pert of the Composite architects agency and Pastille Design, before having created BOMA architect with François-Xavier Bourgeois with whom she’s been collaborating since 2002.
Born in Troyes, François-Xavier Bourgeois obtained his interior architect’s degree at the Camondo school in Paris from 1994 to 1999, after getting his ATC in Applied
His professional career started during a collaborative curriculum from 1998 to 2000 at the heart of the 4BI- Bruno Moinard agency.
He joined Bodin (and co) in year 2000 to work on Kenzo, boutiques as well as the Hotel Ambassador (Paris) contest laureate.
From 2000 to 2006 François-Xavier Bourgeois arrived in Jean Nouvel Design-Atelier Jean Nouvel’s team where he worked as manager of the Interior Architect Unit..
His free-lance projects started in 2002 after the Cosmic gallery project in Paris with Pauline Manser.
The references are projects followed as a project manager within the parisian architectural agencies or as freelance.