Based in Paris, Tristan Huguen studies architecture at all scales (architecture, landscape, urban plan) and conceives structural architectural project.
From the transformation of Prague’s main highway into an Arts center to the conception of a Japanese villa in Shikoku Island, Tristan developed a global vision of architecture, acquiring technical and artistic knowledge that allows him to deal with project of all scales in a wide variety of cultural and social context. His main goal: to create new architectural typologies adapted to our world in motion while perpetuating traditional codes.
Tristan Huguen works on different supports and approaches numerous architectural and artistic subjects/themes, proposing deep architectural atmospheres, surrealist paintings, and elaborated sketches. This variety of mediums translates his constant questioning of the relation between architecture, humans, and nature.