Sustainable Luxury | Creating the Most Prestigious Hospitality Properties in the World

Reda Amalou is a French architect, trained and graduated at the University of East London in Great Britain. After a few years working for London based firms, he moved back to Paris and joined Thurnauer Architects as a design architect. In 1997, he founded AW² – Architecture Workshop – and is later joined by Stéphanie Ledoux in 2000 who became partner in 2003. Both partners have led the studio in tandem ever since and play an active role in the design of each project. With projects in 40 different countries, the studio has an international reputation for quality high-end design and covers all project typologies including hospitality, residential, facilities, education, offices, and retail.

Choosing to conceive architecture in its entirety – from the scale of the architecture to the scale of the furniture – Reda Amalou founded his own furniture and object design company: Reda Amalou Design in 2013.

In 2006, Reda Amalou became a member of the board of AFEX (French Architects for Export) where he held several positions on the Board of Directors; until his election as President of AFEX in 2022.

This week at EntreArchitect Podcast, Sustainable Luxury | Creating the Most Prestigious Hospitality Properties in the World with Réda Amalou. 

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