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Brisac Gonzalez

7 Bermondsey Exchange, 179-181 Bermondsey Street, SE1  |   +44 207 378 7787

www.brisacgonzalez.com

Brisac Gonzalez is a multi-lingual and multi-national architecture firm established in London in 1999 by Cecile Brisac and Edgar Gonzalez. The practice has won numerous awards and competitions across the world, and is currently working on projects in UK, France, Scandinavia, Russia, and the Middle East. By working on a variety of building types in numerous locations the firm continuously enrich the knowledge in their practice and the buildings they produce. Brisac Gonzalez are concerned with all things architectural in the broadest sense, be it urban or interior design, cultural, commercial buildings, or sociological matters. They work by collaborating with their clients and challenging the conventional to create outstanding architecture, better places to live and work, and greater value in the built environment. Instead of producing repetitive designs, their work evolves from rigorous working methods that include collaboration with specialist consultants, comprehensive research of their projects sites extensive use of three-dimensional studies, and most importantly responding to their client needs. Projects such as the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg and Le Prisme, a multi-purpose concert hall in France brought Brisac Gonzalez to the attention of a wide field of clients and gave the office international acclaim.

Brisac Gonzalez is a multi-lingual and multi-national architecture firm established in London in 1999 by Cecile Brisac and Edgar Gonzalez. The practice has won numerous awards and competitions across the world, and is currently working on projects in UK, France, Scandinavia, Russia, and the Middle East. By working on a variety of building types in numerous locations the firm continuously enrich the knowledge in their practice and the buildings they produce. Brisac Gonzalez are concerned with all things architectural in the broadest sense, be it urban or interior design, cultural, commercial buildings, or sociological matters. They work by collaborating with their clients and challenging the conventional to create outstanding architecture, better places to live and work, and greater value in the built environment. Instead of producing repetitive designs, their work evolves from rigorous working methods that include collaboration with specialist consultants, comprehensive research of their projects sites extensive use of three-dimensional studies, and most importantly responding to their client needs. Projects such as the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg and Le Prisme, a multi-purpose concert hall in France brought Brisac Gonzalez to the attention of a wide field of clients and gave the office international acclaim.