Baptiste Legué trained at ESAG Penninghen in Paris and at St Luc in Brussels. As soon as he left the school, he joined the Franklin Azzi agency. For seven years, he sharpened his curiosity, affirmed his knowledge and confronted the demands of the architect-designer profession.
In 2015, he founded the Atelier Baptiste Legué. He then worked on projects for boutiques, flats, second homes or offices and more recently on a hotel project as well as a museum.
In the projects entrusted to him, the Atelier accompanies its clients from conception to delivery, from the layout of the space to the choice of materials, including furniture recommendations and the recommendation of works of art in galleries, which he particularly likes.
Whatever the use of the space to be designed, the Atelier pays particular attention to the quality of the plan, the fluidity of the circulation, the functionality of the spaces, as well as the context in which it is integrated. The Atelier’s projects all have in common that they are uncluttered, designed with raw materials that are intended to accompany their users over time and facilitate their use.
He shares with ARCHIK common values, a sensitivity to beauty and materials with a concern for detail and respect for the history of the spaces he renovates.