The architectural firm BOMA Architectes was founded in 2008 by architect (DPLG) Pauline Coutagne, aged 44, and interior architect François-Xavier Bourgeois, aged 46. The firm is located in Alfortville in the Val-de-Marne department and serves clients both regionally and throughout France.
The two architects’ partnership is the result of a long collaboration of over 10 years on numerous projects. Their first was an ambitious project for the Cosmic Galérie in the Marais in Paris, a 700m² contemporary art gallery that has since become the Galérie Emmanuel Perrotin.
The intersecting experiences of Pauline Coutagne and François-Xavier Bourgeois in various Parisian firms including those of Bruno Moinard, Jean-François Bodin, Jean Nouvel and Bernard Tschumi offered them the opportunity to work on prestigious architecture projects of strong cultural importance.
The duo of urban architects perfectly complement each other in terms of creativity as well as skills, essential factors in their complex and multifaceted profession.
The architectural firm BOMA Architects provides services ranging from renovation to new construction, for various building types including single-family homes, multi-unit residential buildings, hospitality and service industry buildings, and historical monuments. Their team has expanded and includes an average of two collaborators depending on projects and demands.
Contact Pauline Coutage and François-Xavier Bourgeois, partners at the firm BOMA Architectes, to make an appointment and bring your project to life.
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