Marc Armengaud is a founding member and director of AWP. Marc is responsible for the research and experimental projects at the office, specifically leading curatorial works for exhibitions, publications, lectures and strategic studies.
He has directed various interdisciplinary studies focusing on new forms of public spaces, temporary communities and nighttime mobility for the French Ministry of Culture and Communication and for the City on the Move Institute, PSA. Marc serves as a professor in the department City, Architecture and Planning, at the School of Architecture ENSA Paris Malaquais 2009, where he directs studios theory and research, and organizes workshops and interdisciplinary conferences. Marc is regularly invited to present lectures and is invited by universities of architecture worldwide to teach. He is the winner History of the Young Planners PJU 2010, organized by the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing. He studied philosophy at the Sorbonne (DEA, the Sorbonne 1, 1994) before co-founding AWP.