G+ architectes was founded at the intersection between theory and practice, in a spirit of collaboration and exchange. An adaptable structure allows for a variety of diverse associations with a broad range of collaborators. Recent production has involved assorted private works projects including residential and office design and refurbishment, as well as a series of public facilities ranging from media libraries, museums, performance spaces, schools, and cultural centers in a wide array of scales and contexts. Each project is guided through the conceptual process and its construction by a team led by one of the office’s senior architects for the length of the project. Dialogue and creative exchange are a vital part of this process, both at the level of the client as well as among the members of the design team. The office is based in Paris, France.
Paul Gresham is a licensed practicing architect in the USA and in France. Native of Virginia, graduate of the University of Virginia School of Architecture (BSArch) and Princeton University School of Architecture (MArch), his French practice began in 1992 with various collaborative associations including partners in Asia, Europe, and the USA, involving problems, contexts, and scales ranging from the domestic to the urban. The teaching of architecture is a central component of his activity. Adjunct studio professor at Princeton University School of Architecture and Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture, associate professor of architecture and history at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Bretagne, he is currently a tenured professor of architecture at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville.