Studio Milou Singapore

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Throughout his career, Jean François Milou’s signature sensibility to contexts has consistently privileged simple, legible but innovative design using appropriate materials and respecting the fabric of existing buildings within their architectural, urban, natural and cultural settings. He developed a clear and disciplined, yet highly sensitive approach to his architectural work.

Jean François Milou founded studioMilou architecture in 1997.  In 2005, the reorganisation of the company led to the association of architect Thomas Rouyrre and landscape architect Florence Soulier who, along with Jean François Milou, are responsible for the supervision of projects in France and Europe.

studioMilou singapore was established in 2008 in order to supervise the design and construction of the National Gallery Singapore. Since 2010, studioMilou’s Singapore branch has concentrated on the development of new projects in Singapore and in Asia.