Frédéric Mitterrand, Minister of Culture and Communication, announced on March 10, 2010, the names of the winners of the 2009-2010 session of the Young Architects and Landscape Architects Association.

The 15 winning teams of architects and landscape designers selected for the
quality of their projects, for their ability to respond to
current architectural, landscape or urban issues, as well as
the singularity of their journeys, are the following:

Architects

• Julien ABINAL from ABINAL & ROPARS
• IS THIS SO / Xavier WRONA
• FABRIQUE ARCHITECTURES PAYSAGES / Pierre JANIN and Rémi
JANIN
• FREAKS FREEARCHITECTS / Guillaume AUBRY, Cyril GAUTHIER and
Yves PASQUET
• Ilham LARAQUI from LARAQUI - BRINGER ARCHITECTURE
• Stéphane MALKA
• NP2F / François CHAS, Nicolas GUERIN, Fabrice LONG and Paul MAÎTREDEVALLON
• OLGGA ARCHITECTES / Guillaume GRENU, Nicolas LE MEUR and Alice
VALIANT
• Julien PERRAUD from ATELIER RAUM ARCHITECTES
• Thomas RAYNAUD
• Stéphanie Vincent
• Emmanuelle WEISS

Landscapers

• A+R SALLES PAYSAGISTES / Amélie SALLES et Rémi SALLES
• PRAXYS / Thomas BOUCHER
• Marion VACONSIN

New winners to benefit from a promotional campaign
by the Ministry of Culture and Communication, in collaboration with the City
architecture and heritage and Culturesfrance.
This promotional campaign includes:

A website: http://www.culture.gouv.fr/nouveaux-albums
A bilingual work will present the portrait and work of the winners. This
publication will be widely distributed in France and Europe
in particular with public and private contractors.

A travelling exhibition of the projects of the winning architects and landscape designers
will be carried out by the City of Architecture and Heritage. A version of this
exhibition, co-produced with CulturesFrance, will be specifically adapted to a
international roaming.
A sponsorship circle, composed of nearly 70 members including masters
public and private works, actors of the diffusion, communities
will support the winners, in order to support them in their
their first professional steps and help them make themselves known.
Thanks to this scheme, the winners of the previous session took part in 229
competition, obtained 53 OTC transactions, participated in 74 exhibitions, 165
publications and conferences, and 16 awards and distinctions.
Juries under the chairmanship of the Minister of Culture and
Communication were co-chaired, this year, for architects, by
Christian Hauvette, architect-planner, Grand Prix national de l'architecture and,
for landscape designers, by Pascal Cribier, landscape architect.
Composed of twenty members including architects, landscapers,
contractors, press representatives and stakeholders
These juries, which met on 9 and 10 March, examined the
applications, resulting from an international call for applications.
The 234 files received had previously been assessed
a committee of experts, composed of about 100 personalities
world of architecture and landscape, which have spontaneously
agreed to contribute to this remarkable system set up by the
Ministry of Culture and Communication.
The albums of young architects and landscapers have indeed as objective
priority to promote access to the order of young professionals
under the age of 35. Organized every two years with the assistance of the City of
architecture and heritage, the Albums are open to young architects and
European and foreign landscapers having, in France, carried out a project or
entered a contest.
With the albums of young architects and landscapers, Frédéric Mitterrand
wishes to reaffirm its support for young talents who will have to take up the challenge of
the architectural, urban and landscape quality of our territories.