Italian Architect, graduate of the Politecnico di Milano.
After years of experience with renowned international architecture agencies (Berger-Anziutti, Renzo Piano, Architecture Studio) Fabio BEZZECCHI joined the Moatti-Rivière Agency in 2010 as an Architect – Project Manager.
Within the agency he follows highly complex projects: construction of a 5* Hotel in Courchevel 1850 (9 suites, gastronomic restaurant, spa), the creation of the St Vaast Cultural Centre in Arras (Fine Arts Museum, music conservatory, tourist office, multi-media library) and the construction of the Cultural Ministry in Bahrain.
An international background, the ability to manage teams and complex projects, rigor and a love for detail are the qualities that characterise Fabio BEZZECCHI.
With a background in literature and a specialty in Art History (Université Ca’ Foscari in Venice) and studies in Museology and Museography (Ecole du Louvre in Paris, II cycle), Giovanna CARRER has worked in the domain of communications and development for 15 years. She joined the Moatti-Rivière Agency at the end of 2006 to implement a national and international communication development strategy for the agency. She is in charge of the institutional and media communications for different projects and has developed a network of decision-makers among contracting authorities in the public and private sectors; has developed editorial and exhibition projects and is in charge of the contractual follow-up of projects with Alain Moatti.
Under Alain Moatti’s direction, she participates in the management cell of the agency along with the architects and project managers.
A combination of professional skills, the interconnectedness of the domains of intervention, an international vision of the profession and a taste for teamwork are among her assets.
Architect DPLG from the Paris La Villette School of Architecture, Marie-Pierre GUERIN has been a Project Manager at the Moatti-Rivière Agency since 2006, following a long professional experience at an agency in Grenoble.
She is responsible for institutional projects within the agency: renovation of the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower (2014); construction of the International Centre for Graphic Design in Chaumont (2015); creation of the Conference Centre for the Banque de France in Paris (2012). Studies / competitions: Cité du Risque in Saint-Quentin (2013); Louvre Post Office in Paris (2012); Albert Kahn Museum in Boulogne-Billancourt (2012); Cité de l’économie et de la monnaie in Paris (2010); Louvre Museum in Paris (2010).
Seriousness, precision and commitment are her qualities.
Architect DPLG graduate of the Grenoble School of Architecture, with international training and professional experience (studies in Canada, and a long professional residency in Spain), Mathilde FELIX-FAURE has been a Project Manager at the Moatti-Rivière Agency since 2009.
Within the agency she focuses on interior and museographic architecture projects: renovation of the Museum des Arts Décoratifs, de la Faïence et de la Mode au Château Borély in Marseille and the Gendarmerie Museum in Melun.
Abroad, in Lebanon, she headed the restaurant and tea salon project of the Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno in Beirut.
She was involved in the following studies: Greater Paris railway stations; design concept for Baccarat boutiques around the world; restaurant and spa project for a 5* hotel in Beirut; Cultural Ministry of Bahrain.
From the study phase through construction, Mathilde FELIX-FAURE applies her skills as an architect and interior architect to working as a team with rigor and passion.
Architect DPLG from the Grenoble School of Architecture, with international training (studies in German), Pascaline POBE has been a Project Manager at the Moatti-Rivière Agency since 2007, following rich professional experience with renowned architecture agencies (Paul Andreu, SCAU, Du Besset Lyon).
Within the agency she focuses on projects concerning commercial and housing programmes: renovation and extension of the Centre Bourse shopping centre in Marseille (2014), restructuration and extension of the Galeries Lafayette in Lyon Bron (2015) and construction of a student residency in Bagnolet (2016).
Studies / competitions: UGC Zac Claude Bernard in Paris (2011); Commercial project Souham 4 Euralille (2011); Office building ZAC Batignolles (2010); Halle Secrétan in Paris (2009);Office building in Montreuil (2008); restaurant in the Opéra Garnier in Paris (2008).
From the study phase through construction, Pascaline POBE applies her skills as an architect to working as a team with rigor and commitment.