“Siège de bureau”


Reid Brewin Architects was created in 2006, bringing together its two associates who had been collaborators since 2001. The combination and variety of experience brought by both associates allows a broader understanding of architectural ideas. The practice brings to its projects the rigor and technical expertise typical of the Anglo-Saxon mentality, meaning that we are able to follow our projects from concept all the way through to handover, whilst giving the highest priority to quality of execution.


ALEX REID has lived and worked in France since 1990 when he opened Norman Foster’s office in Paris. From 1995 to 2001 he collaborated with Bernard Tschumi to build the Architecture School in Marne la Vallée (completed in 1999) and the Zénith in Rouen (2001). From 2001 to 2003 he was the manager of Anglo-Belgian practice Aukett Art & Build (30 people). In 2003 he created OCA Architects which evolved in 2006 to become Reid Brewin Architects


ADRIAN BREWIN has lived and worked in France since 1999. He started his career with CZWG architects in London, after which he was employed by Aukett Art & Build in Paris until 2003. For the next three years he worked as an independent architect in Paris until creating RB-Architects with Alex Reid in 2006.

The objectives of our architectural practice

« “Our objective is to guide and accompany you throughout your project, to listen to your requirements and to reflect on the possibilities inherent in realising your goal. Our dexterous approach means that we can help you elaborate on your brief, manage your building programme and help you to allocate your budget. Our team is fully competent in construction, building regulations and design, in order to help you get the most out of your project. Throughout our work we have benefited from the satisfaction and enthusiasm of our clients enabling us to continue to collaborate together on various projects time and again.” Alex Reid and Adrian Brewin