Frédéric Bourstin

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Two letters, B&B, stand for Bourstin Père & Fils. Maurice Bourstin was a remarkable architect. He was responsible, in association with Roger Hummel, Prix de Rome winner, for part of the University of Strasbourg and its famous Chemistry Tower, as well as the Danone headquarters in Levallois-Perret. His son Frédéric Bourstin joined him in 1989 before succeeding him in the early 2000s. B&B are behind numerous architectural and urban developments, often in collaboration with renowned international agencies and designers. B&B Architectes work on projects from creative renovation and major restructuring to interdisciplinary co-operation on the environment and innovation construction. For Beaupassage, B&B played a critical role : it drew up the initial plans, consulted with the official French architects' body (Architectes des Bâtiments de France), Le Comité du Vieux Paris and the Ville de Paris, and obtained the permit to build.