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The architectural agency CrochonBrullmann & Associates is opening a new page in its history at a time when the Tour Trinity is rising from the earth in La Défense for Unibail. Structured around Jean-Luc Crochon, the founding architect and a team strengthened by the arrival of a new general manager in Chantal Grolimund, the agency has become Cro & Co Architecture. To reach further, Cro&Co Architecture is developing CroMe Studio dedicated to projects in new territories and led by the architect Nayla Mecattaf who has recently joined our team.

Jean-Luc Crochon

Jean-Luc Crochon - © Cro&Co

Jean-Luc Crochon was born in Paris where he also graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. He quickly founded his own agency whilst also working as consultant architect for RFR Peter Rice. In 1998 he created a joint agency with Cuno Brullmann. For over six years they worked on high prestige projects such as the restructuring of the Cnit at La Défense and the extension of the hospital Foch in Suresnes.
The agency continues its development on different projects, research buildings, housing, offices and academic buildings. The projects have been distinguished by prizes: the AMO-Special Award for the Gals Microtechnology Plant, and then the prize for the most beautiful metal construction work for the Circe parking at Montpellier. 

Jean-Luc Crochon is a member of the Board of Directors of the Architecture and Owner Association (AMO) and a member of the French Export Architect Association (AFEX).