Bernard Denjoy, architect DESA born in Lamarche (Vosges) on June 23, 1926, studied high school at the Lycée Louis le Grand and entered the Special School of Architecture in 1945 in the studio of Auguste Perret and left in 1951. He completed his studies at the Institute of Urban Planning of the University of Paris and enrolled in the Order of Architects in 1953. He moved to Nice with Jean Pierre Grenard and set up the Grenard and Denjoy Cabinet until Monsieur Grenard’s retirement in 1961. The latter was replaced by Jacques Vissière, the firm becoming Denjoy and Vissière. The firm’s activity was stopped in the 1990s.It mainly built housing projects in the Alpes Maritimes and in the Var, notably in Cagnes sur mer with the Kennedy Boulevard operation, in Nice the ZAC Coppet- Renoir, in Lavandou the Surplage complex.