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Romain Pradeau was born in France in 1985. He studied in the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture in Nantes and worked as an architect in various offices. He co-founded Titan, together with Mathieu Barré and François Guinaudeau. Central to his approach is the research on fabrication, material and form. Ongoing current projects include the Museum of George Clemenceau, a Signalling station in Nantes and a collective housing and nursery operation in Rennes. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Maison de l’Architecture des Pays de Loire, and is a recipient of the AJAP 2018 award.
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