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Thierry Lacoste is a founding co-director, with David Stevenson, of the Sydney-based architectural practice Lacoste and Stevenson. Thierry studied architecture in Belgium and Italy before beginning his own practice with Antoinette Robain in 1991 in Paris, after winning the renowned Europan International Competition. Together they won numerous first prizes: City of Paris Young Architects Competition (1992), Young Architects Albums (1992) and Butagaz Competition (1993). Lacoste and Robain’s success culminated when they were awarded Best First Building (1996) for their design of the Overseas Archive Centre in Aix-en-Provence, France.

Thierry Lacoste and David Stevenson founded Lacoste and Stevenson in 1997 and have a continuing reputation for creating innovative and refreshing architectural outcomes. Together, they have delivered significant buildings in Sydney and NSW: Customs House Library Refurbishment, Rushcutters Bay Kiosk and Grandstand additions, Mount Penang Garden Entry Pavilions, Ultimo Public School (with DesignInc), UTS Central Broadway façade (with FJMT), Phive Parramatta Civic Centre with DesignInc and Manuelle Gautrand Architecture.

Thierry has been teaching across various universities since 1992 and has recently completed his PhD at RMIT University, titled Form Follows Emotion.

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