Created in 1966, the “Atelier d’Architecture et d’Urbanisme de la Bretèque” – ATAUB – has enabled several generations of architects to work in an open, dynamic and demanding professional environment.
Gathered for the common purpose of producing an inventive and rigorous architecture, in phase with his time, his current leaders, Alexis Korganow, Luc Saint Martin, Patrick Le Moëme, Bernard Brejuin, Joseph Alwan and Jean-Marc Crevel continue and enriche a collective exercise of the trade initiated by the founders.
The staff and organization of ATAUB, together with its various departments and agencies, enable it to face the current challenges of availability, efficiency and technicality both in the monitoring of studies and in the monitoring of work sites.
The reliability and responsiveness of ATAUB are recognized at the regional, national and international levels. This broad opening of the agency allows it to cross points of view and experiences and thus to renew its architectural, urban and environmental approaches.