François Roche is the principal of New-Territories (R&Sie(n) / [eIf/bʌt/c]). He is based mainly in BKK, [eIf/bʌt/c], sometimes in Paris, R&Sie(n), and at fall time in NY, Gsapp. Through these different structures, his architectural works and protocols seek to articulate the real and/or fictional, the geographic situations and narrative structures that can transform them.
François Roche architectural designs and processes have been show at, among other places, Columbia University, UCLA, ICA, Mori Art Museum, Centre Pompidou, MAM / Musée d'Art Moderne, the Tate Modern, and Orléans/ArchiLab. Work by R&Sie(n), New-Territories were selected for exhibition at the French pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennales. Among the teaching positions held by François Roche over the last decade is guest professor at the Bartlett School in London in 2000, the Vienna TU in 2001, the Barcelona ESARQ in 2003-04, the Paris ESA in 2005, the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia in 2006, the Angewangde in Vienna in 2008, the USC-Los Angeles in 2009-10-11 and currently Columbia, GSAPP every fall time since 2006.
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