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Sixte Doussau

Conservation Architect
Postgraduate degree from School of Chaillot (specialization in ancient monuments preservation)
State-certified Architect, ENSA Lyon
Civil Engineer, Ecole Centrale of Lyon

Sixte Doussau has been leading restoration projects for historic monuments since 2009. He founded RL&Associés in 2014 with Didier Repellin, Chief Architect of Historical Monuments (h), and Maïe Kitamura, Conservation Architect.
He works on restoration projects in France and abroad, including the restoration of the Roman triumphal Arch in Orange, the Roman Hemicycle in Orange (Vaucluse), the Courthouse in Carpentras (a project combining the conservation restoration of historic rooms with 17th an 18th century decor and the complete reconfiguration of the building), and the façades of the Villa Bonaparte in Rome....
His dual training as an engineer and architect enables him to apprehend the analysis and diagnosis of buildings with a vision that is both structural and architectural.
Having been named 28th fellow of th Richard Morris Hunt Prize in 2018, he led a six-month research project in the United States entitled : "Climate emergencies and heritage, prevention and action". The aim of his study was to broaden the scope of his refection to include new responses adapted to the emergency context, both in terms of stabilizing buildings and affected areas, and devoloping future means of protection and prevention.