Christian Biecher graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville.
He worked with the architect Bernard Tschumi in Paris and New York, and taught the project at Columbia University.
He is first noticed for achievements in interior architecture such as the Pierre Hermé pastry rue de Vaugirard or the Office of Tourism and Congress in Paris. He then devoted many accomplishments in Asia - TUR buildings in Tokyo and SORA in Shiki (Japan), Harvey Nichols in Hong Kong and Fauchon in Beijing - and in Europe - Harvey Nichols in Dublin and London, and the rehabilitation of the Stock Exchange. Budapest.
Then follow, the Animation Center and the Place-des-Fêtes concert hall in Paris 19e (2007), the Printemps building in Strasbourg, the Konnect buildings in Marseille and the Novotel hotel, boulevard Brune in Paris 14th.
In June 2012, the agency BiecherArchitectes is the winner, with the Chinese agency MAD, of the contest for the design of a plot of land, welcoming private housing, social housing, nursery, shops, and metro station in the ZAC Clichy-Batignolles in Paris 17th.
In urban planning, the agency participated in the urban renewal plan of the Bois-Sauvage district in Évry and conducted the master plan for the modernization and extension of the town of La Grande-Motte.
Christian Biecher has designed objects and furniture for many brands in the world, for the Movements Modernes gallery, CatBerro and the Manufacture de Sèvres.
He was the winner of the “Albums de la jeune architecture” (1998), elected “Creator of the Year” in 2002 (Maison & Objet, Paris). The Minister of Culture awarded him the medal of Chevalier dans l’Ordre National du Mérite in 2009 and Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres in 2011.
A monograph, Christian Biecher architect, written by Philippe Trétiack, was published by AAM editions in 2009.
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