Maïe Kitamura

Conservation Architect
Postgraduate degree from School of Chaillot (specialization in ancient monuments preservation), as head of class
State-certified Architect, School of architecture of Paris-Belleville
Associate lecturer / researcher at School of architecture of Paris-Belleville

Maïe Kitamura has been carrying out restoration projects of historical monuments since 2007 with Dominique Larpin and Didier Repellin, especially the shops of the Grand-Hôtel-Dieu currently underway, or projects in the South, such as the Hotel des Monnaies of Villemagne l’Argentière, the courtrooms of the Palais de Justice in Nîmes, or the study for the restoration of Château Laurens in Agde.
She took part in the creation of RL&Associés in 2014, and acts as a partner and project manager.
She is also an associate lecturer at the School of Architecture of Paris-Belleville. In this capacity, she conducted a study for UNESCO in the context of the nomination of Lo Manthang, a small historical city of Tibetan culture in Nepal, as World Heritage. As a teacher, she organizes a workshop on seismic stress on the heritage of the medieval city of Rhodes, Greece, and taught the architectural and urban project on the historic center of Paris and its periphery.
Maïe Kitamura has worked on the conservation of Angkor temples in Cambodia within APSARA, and teaches regularly, with the School of Chaillot, to train heritage architects in Cambodia and Vietnam.