Brigitte Phillipon and Jean Kalt have been associates for the last fifteen years. They work with a dozen or so people, in Architecture, Urban planning and Design.
Their architectural vision relies on an urban, social, environmental and technical approach, that adapts to a specific and long term vision of the city.
Sustainable development issues are an opportunity to develop new buildings with both technical performances, and pleasant living space.
As urban planners, they promote in an exemplary manner the concept of the city of tomorrow. The Saint-Denis Island fluvial ecodistrict was awarded the French National Prize for the Future Ecodistricts in 2011.
They are also head of Ponka, a communication design company, that is developing an interactive photovoltaic screen, the PonkaWall, prefiguring the smart cities.
Jean Kalt, Brigitte Philippon
Odile Lesassier, Peggy Guilbert, Alice Vallier
Laure Ardouin, Nicolas Csali-Maquettiste, Celine Devincre, Justine Goussard, Guénaëlle Humbert-Urbaniste, Marie Le Roy, Dorian Maigues-Paysagiste, Aurianne Outters, Vincent Poilleux-Paysagiste, Virgile Portron, Christophe Vieira
Théo Allouch, François Desbrosses, Aurelie-anne Vincent, Nicolas Lhomelet, Antoine Roullin, Pierre Lemoine, Nastasia la Spina, Maureen Matveeff, Mariana Ivancovsky, Laurence Mathez, Pauline Albizzati, Chio Takamatsu, Berengère Giaux, Eugénie Cabrera, Caroline Delbarre, Sébastien Ludwig, Alice Petrilli, Étienne Magueres, Murielle Monnier, Yael Karouby, Julien Derenne, Kokou Kapo chichi