STUDIO MUGO was selected alongside GCC Construction, SCAU Architecture, AC2R Design/ Study Office, Ingérop and Ginger to rehabilitate the Sainte-Marie hospital centre in Nice, specialized in the treatment of mental health disorders.
STUDIO MUGO has been selected alongside Châtillon Architectes to restructure the Quadrilatère building in Beauvais.
STUDIO MUGO has been appointed to work alongside architecture firms Patrick Mauger and d’Houndt + Bajart to design the landscape of the future residence of the Crous of Lille.
Frédéric Jousset, a businessman, a benefactor and founding CEO of the Art Explora cultural foundation, has chosen landscape designer Christian Fournet and Urban Act for the rehabilitation of the historic site of the Chalais pond, designed by Le Nôtre in the 18th century, and Hangar Y located within Meudon national forest (92).
SODEXO chose MUGO GROUP to manage INSEAD’s campus in Fontainebleau in an ecological way. MUGO is very proud to support one of the best business schools in the world in the ecological management of its natural spaces.
“Les arbres” is a manifesto aiming to raise the civil society’s awareness.
Christian Fournet, a gardener and landscaper for over 40 years, has joined the MUGO group to further establish his landscaping signature in France and abroad.
This 6,000 m2 building, the result of a remarkable partnership between Studio Montazami and Tezuka Architects in the heart of the urban district of Toulouse Aerospace, foreshadows new ways of working and experiencing the relationship between a company and the workplace.
STUDIO MUGO has been appointed for creating the landscaping of the Cœur de ville project in La Celle Saint-Cloud.
The group, led by the planning firm CITALLIOS and joined by STUDIO MUGO, has been selected by the town of La Celle Saint-Cloud to realise the project Cœur de ville to create a new town center.
As part of the consultation conducted by the department of Loiret, STUDIO MUGO will design the landscape of the local archives’s new site in partnership with Bouygues Bâtiments and the architecture firm Wilmotte & Associés.