Theophile Péju

Theophile Péju

(MArch Architecte DE, MArch Licence d'Architecture, BA Arch) - Theophile Péju is a French Architecte D.E. He studied in Nantes (ENSA Nantes), Paris (ENSA Paris Est - Ecole des Ponts Paris Tech) and London (UCL - Bartlett School of Architecture). In Paris he pursued a double degree as an architect-engineer under the direction of Marc Mimram: Structure Architecture, where he worked on infrastructure projects specializing in non-standard wood fabrication. Subsequently, he studied at the UCL in the Design for Manufacture program, under the direction of Emmanuel Vercruysse, where he pursued research on digital fabrication and computational design, specializing in flexible composite materials. From 2015 to 2019 Theophile founded the award winning collective "S'Il Te Plait". In 2020 his UCL research "Feltscape" was selected as a finalist for the Lexus Design Award. More recently Theophile has worked on the computational model for large scale projects of high rises in Paris, and bridges over the Thames.

Theophile Péju

Theophile Péju