Aldric Beckmann at the National Gallery of Canada [fr]

French architect Aldric Beckmann presents his lecture “Architecture, a field of emotions” at the National Gallery of Canada.

Monday September 27, 2010 at 6:00 pm, at the auditorium of the National Gallery of Canada

- Lecture will be in English

Presented in collaboration with Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, as part of the Forum Lecture Series

Laureates of the 2001-2002 Nouveaux Albums des Jeunes Architectes (New Albums of
Young Architects) + member of “French Touch” association

The Beckmann-N’Thépé agency is a young French architecture SARL (limited company), founded in
2002. Directed by two associates, Aldric Beckmann (qualified architect, graduated with a DPLG in
1995) and Françoise N’Thépé (qualified architect, graduated with a DESA in 1999), it consists of a
team of 10 to 15 people.

The agency was born out of the common desire of the two associates to pool their skills and propose a
contemporary vision of architecture. Work is also carried out in the fields of urbanism and
scenography. Over the years the agency has built sufficient know-how to tackle a wide range of
programmes, in both renovation and new buildings (cultural, social and administrative structures,

French press review:
« Archi intranquille : L’aménagement intérieur du bâtiment XVIIe siècle de la Maréchalerie (par Aldric Beckmann, Françoise N’thépé, Franck Vialet) a dû d’emblée intégrer le nouveau point fort : l’idée des «pôles thématiques» de recherche. Bref, son architecture a de quoi faire «dévisser» plus d’un artiste. » Libération, 14 janvier 2006, Elisabeth Lebovici.

Aldric Beckmann is on tour in Canada with the support of CulturesFrance and the Embassy of France in Canada

- on September 27 in Ottawa
- and September 28 in Halifax.


Lecture by French architect Aldric Beckmann is entitled: “Architecture, a field of emotions”.
In the Forum Lecture Series organised by Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism 

When: Monday, September 27, 2010 at 6:00 pm
Where: the National Gallery of Canada auditorium
Admission is free





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