Interview with Erik Giudice, founder of EGA Erik Giudice Architects office in 2010, based in France and Sweden. For AA, he shares his views on the profession, his sources of inspiration as well as his vision of the future.
Erik Giudice operates in the fields of architecture, urban planning, research and design. His office is currently working on about ten construction sites in France and in Sweden. At the end of 2018, the office completed the MIN (market of national interest) in Nantes, France. This complex of 92 000 sq. metres includes various buildings dedicated to the market and to restauration services.
L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui: Being an architect means…
Erik Giudice: Inventing
AA: Your ideal commission
AA: Your job in twenty years
AA: The advice you would give a young architect
AA: The architect we should all follow
EG: MASS Design Group
AA: The project you would have loved to build
EG: The Malmö Klas Anshelm art centre
AA: Your favorite city
AA: If your architecture was a movie…
EG: Kikujiro, by Takeshi Kitano
AA: Your lucky charm object
EG: Air, water and light
AA: A museum you recommend visiting
EG: The Kunsthaus Bregenz, KUB, by Peter Zumthor
AA: Your favorite restaurant
EG: Le Contexte
AA: Your bedside book
EG: If on a winter’s night a traveler, by Italo Calvino
AA: Private or public commission?
AA: Your motto
AA: Another career you’d have liked to pursue
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