Benjamin ALLOUIS


Benjamin ALLOUIS has worked as an architect at T/E/S/S since 2010.

He is a qualified architect, graduating from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles in 2008.
Benjamin ALLOUIS joined T/E/S/S after having worked for various architectural practices. His initial training enabled him to identify the architectural requirements of a project, and has been complemented by an understanding of the technical aspects gained during his work with T/E/S/S, particularly on facades. Benjamin ALLOUIS has worked on the problems encountered in double-skin glazed envelopes, and high-performance environmental facades on projects such as Newtime on the Ile de Jatte, Neuilly, or the building at 122 avenue Leclerc, Boulogne-Billancourt (both on the western edge of Paris).

He is also running the project to convert the former Alsthom warehouses into an art school in the centre of Nantes, and the renovation of the roof lights and glazed ceilings of the Paintings Gallery at the Château de Chantilly, a listed historic monument.