Founded in 2007 in Paris by Stéphanie Bru
and Alexandre Theriot,
BRUTHER works in the fields of architecture, research, teaching, urban planning and landscape. BRUTHER won the Swiss Architectural Award 2020, the Prix de l’Équerre d’argent 2020 for the Residence and Reversible car park in Palaiseau, in 2018 for the Julie Victoire Daubié residence, and in 2016 for the Maison de la Recherche et de l’Imagination in Caen, the Gold Award “Best Architects Awards” 2016 for the Centre Culturel et Sportif Saint-Blaise de Paris and was nominated in 2015 for the Mies van der Rohe Award for the Centre Culturel et Sportif Saint-Blaise de Paris. Stéphanie Bru and Alexandre Theriot have held numerous international conferences and taught as guest professors in several European schools of architecture. Alexandre Theriot has been appointed professor at the Department of Architecture of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich.