Véronique and Michel created their office in 2012 after having worked for more than 10 years on various projects and very varied contexts. Both share the same passion, a common vision and a great complementarity of work.


Architect, graduated from school of architecture Saint-Luc (UCL, Loci), Brussels in 2000.

In 1999
she attends an ERASMUS program at the UPC, ETSAB of Barcelona.

Between 2000 and 2002
she collaborates as a trainee in several architecture offices (Etau, Wautier & Vanden Eynde).

In 2002-2003
she attends an European Master’s in architecture and Sustainable Development in Lausanne (EPFL) and Toulouse (ENSA) in collaboration with the UCL.

Between 2003 and 2012
she collaborates with B. Coupez architectes sprl. She acquired a strong experience in housing both in the renovation and transformation field, as well as green building new construction.


Architect, graduated with distinction from school of architecture Saint-Luc (UCL, Loci), Brussels in 1997.

In 1996
he attends in San Marino the summer Workshop organized by the ILAUD (International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design) leaded by renowned Italian architect Giancarlo De Carlo.

In december 1997
he's co-winner of the international competition for the new city library in Boechout (Antwerp) and becomes co-founder of ARJM gie.

Between 1997 and 2001
he collaborates with Groep Planning (now SUM), Serge Roose & Partners, DMA (now ma2).

In 2003
the project for the Boechout library comes first at the triennial Charles Duyver prize.

Between 1997 and 2006
as part of ARJM, he wins several competitions and builds : the city library in Boechout, a 6 units social housing + commercial space in Schaerbeek (place Gaucheret), the Oostende KA1 high school (Westvlanderen prize 2008), the hospitality and tourism training facility in Managua – Nicaragua for Lux Development, a 6 units social housing + medical center in Schaerbeek (rue de Jerusalem).

Between 2006 and 2012
he designs several public and private projects, both new constructions and renovations in association with Emmanuel Tonglet, AA-AR, office Quick-it.