As part of a series of publications on singular architectural bodies of work, this volume presents three projects by architects working with Bernard Quirot in Grachaux, Haute-Saône (France), which examine three materials and their use in a local perspective of "critical regionalism".
French architect Bernard Quirot graduated from UP8 in 1986. He was a resident of Villa Médicis in 1988-1989 an he studies the invariants topics of Architecture. In 2008 his agency moved to Pesmes, a small village in Franche-Comté. In 2015 he received the Award Equerre d'Argent for the Vézelay Health Center and in 2018 he is nominated for the Grand Prix National d'Architecture.