Chartier-Dalix architectes

Created in 2006 by Pascale Dalix and Frédéric Chartier, Chartier-Dalix architectes is composed of 28 people.Through its projects, the office has worked on several types of programs and sites.Their projects reveal a marked sensitivity to the complexity of uses and contexts: they are always relevant, innovative and generous solutions in terms of both formal and programmatic consistency.
In the past two years, Chartier Dalix has completed various projects in France : a school complex in Fresnes (94), a 53 units social housing complex in Arcueil, the extension of an office building in Bobigny (93), the extension of the Bacouel castel (17th century), a residence for young workers and migrants coupled with a kindergarden in Paris (the project was nominated for the Equerre D’argent 2014 award and is nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture Mies van der Rohe Award 2015), and most recently an 18 classrooms school complex in Boulogne-Billancourt (92).Their projects have been widely reviewed and published in national and international magazines. and Chartier Dalix architectes has received various awards, such as the Europe 40 under 40 Award (2012), and the « prix de la première œuvre », awarded by the Moniteur Group (2009) for a sport hall in Meaux.