Martin Fougeras Lavergnolle

Partner, Principal Architect


Born in 1979, after studying history, he switched to architecture studies in Paris, Holland, and Switzerland. A graduate of the Ecole Supérieure Nationale d’Architecture de la Ville et des Territoires in Marne la Vallée, Martin Fougeras Lavergnolle joined Marc Mimram in 2006. He became a partner in 2016.

Since then, he has provided the design and coordination of architectural projects in the fields of construction (offices, housing, sports facilities), civil engineering works, and infrastructure. We can cite the Reims Aquapark; the Narbonne Arena; Sino Bridge in Singapore, China; the Pleyel Urban Crossing; or the extension of Line 11 of the Parisian metro.

For the past ten years he has directed the French Open Renovation project, in conjunction with Michel Corajoud on the blueprint, then provided the design and coordination for the Centre National d’Entrainement de la Fédération Française de Tennis and the Simonne-Mathieu Court.

Close ties with the structural department have allowed him to provide pertinent responses to the complex projects that he undertakes – for instance the Quai de Bercy project, or the renovation operation of the Belliard site for the RATP.