Writer at Lab Prospective Bouygues Construction
An architect by training and a graduate of ESSEC in Urban and Real Estate Management, Nicolas worked as an architect at MVRDV in Rotterdam and then at Atelier Aconcept in Evry. He joined the Bouygues Construction Foresight Lab between 2019 and 2022 to strengthen the “building” expertise and analyze how macro-trends and new uses shape tomorrow’s projects. He is particularly interested in the links between buildings and territories, as well as in adapting the location, programming, design, construction and operation of real estate programs to meet the environmental, economic, technological and societal challenges of a changing world.
In particular, he has written the trend books “Hybrid Spaces, Cities in Transition”, “Working Tomorrow, Spaces & Territories” as well as the trend notes on Reversibility, Chronotopia, Third-Party Places and new work modes.