New French site makes finding an architect easy

‘Architects often come up with solutions the clients had not thought about’ says Simon Jézéquel

Finding an architect when you need one for planning permission for house restoration projects can be frustrating.

France has very good architect departments in universities and specialised graduate schools but it is not exempt from the chronic stop/go nature of the building industry.

This makes it difficult for the thousands of young architects who get their degrees each year to establish themselves.

When the building industry starts to “sneeze”, it is inevitably the new architects who are the first to catch flu and have to shut their businesses. As a result, long-established architects are often busy and not keen to take on what, for them, are minor renovation projects.

 It can be especially frustrating for people who have a good ...

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