is a Paris-based belgian architect specialized in architecture, art and design. He studied architecture at the ISAI Victor Horta in Brussels in the late 1990s and at the Bartlett School in London, where he specialized in architectural design.
After gaining professional experience during 10 years, David founded his own practice in 2009 while starting academic initiatives in Sweden and France.
David teaches at the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris, successively in first, third, fourth and diploma year. He organizes and drives workshops at the LTU in Lund once a year and is a Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture at Laval University in Quebec City, Canada.
He is the prizewinner of a Residency for year 2014 in Brazil, awarded by the Institut Français. David’s work of architecture is about giving unexpected solutions to demands. Simplicity and complexity tinged with futurism, his projects translate the way we live, in a unique, innovative and exploratory way.
His works envision the future by using digital tools and handcrafted models, combining nowadays technologies and his fascination for the early 20th century‘s arts and crafts tradition applied to construction. Gesamtkunstwerk, total work of art, is the ambition David pursues in every project,collaborating with the best creative makers.