Jean-Luc Crochon

Cro&Co Architecture, Architect | Paris, France


Jean-Luc Crochon is the founder architect of Cro&Co Architecture, based in Paris. For the last 20 years, he has worked on ambitious projects and with clients of renown. Among his principal realisations figure the Gals factory (Switzerland), the Paris Habitat headquarters (Paris, FR), the Foch hospital (Suresnes, FR), the INRA laboratories (Jouy-en-Josas, FR) and, in the business district of Paris La Défense, the rehabilitation of the Cnit and more recently, the Carré Michelet and the Trinity Tower, which have obtained several environment certifications.

Boasting several prizes (the Trophée de la construction 2021, the CTBUH Awards of Excellence 2021, the Trophée Eiffel in 2020, the steel building Award in 2010, the AMO Award in 2002) and publications, Jean-Luc is a member of the Order of Architects, of the AFEX (French Overseas Architects association) and the CTBUH, and is on the board of…

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