In Paris, the limits of the city are being pushed outwards. This is where Laurence Madrelle spends her design time, working exclusively for the public domain. Subjects range from health and education to culture and urbanism.
Her studio, LM communiquer, was created in 1987 in the Marais. Laurence was a professor at the École Camondo and at the National Superior School of Architecture “de la ville et des territoires” for more than 20 years.
Teaching, lectures, workshops and juries in France and around the world are part of her “design way of life” which started in the UK and continued in the 70’s in Providence, Rhode Island with Malcolm Grear. International president of AGI 2003-2006.