International Union of Architects

National Grand Prix of Architecture

The French Ministry of Culture has awarded the 2018 National Grand Prix of Architecture to French architect Pierre-Louis Faloci. Created in 1975, this prize, which rewards an architect or an architectural firm its entire body of work, represents the highest national distinction in this field. The jury commended Faloci’s career and projects noting the esthetic quality of his architectural works and his commitment to social and environmental issues.

 

Pierre-Louis Faloci, winner of the 1996 Prix de l'Équerre d'argent for the Museum of Celtic civilisation in Mont-Beuvray (Nièvre), is also known for the renovation  of the Musée Rodin in Paris, the Battle of Valmy Museum in Valmy and the World War I Museum in Lens. He is also a professor and teaches in several schools of architecture. 

 

http://www.pierrelouisfaloci.com/intro.html

General Secretariat

The UIA General Secretariat, placed under the responsibility of the Secretary General, is the Union's executive body and the administrative centre for the coordination of relations between the UIA Member Sections and their activities.

The General Secretariat assists architects and architecture students in getting into contact with professional colleagues throughout the world, from professional organisations and architectural schools to museums and media.

The General Secretariat helps architects to keep up to date with UIA activities, its partners and Member Sections.

General Secretariat of the International Union of Architects

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