AREP is a multidisciplinary organisation designing spaces for cities on the move. Founded in 1997 within SNCF (national rail operator) by Jean-Marie Duthilleul and Etienne Tricaud (both architects and engineers), AREP works on different scales going from large metropolitan areas and cities to individual buildings and street furniture.
Our team of 680 people, bringing together more than 15 nationalities, consists of architects, urban planners, designers, engineers, economists, architectural programming consultants and construction operations managers. We offer our expertise in all areas of urban planning and construction: multimodal hubs and railway stations, public amenities, offices, hotels and housing, shopping centres and technical facilities.
Both in France and abroad, we support city dwellers in their everyday life by designing spaces which meet their needs and aspirations while devoting special attention to the uses, history, geography and culture of the sites as well as the sustainable development of territories.

Main projects:
New Casa-Port railway station, Morocco – 2014
Montpellier multimodal transport hub – Montpellier, France – 2014
Aix-en-Provence bus station – Aix-en-Provence, France – 2014
Turin Porta Susa railway station – Turin, Italy – 2012
Redevelopment of the forecourt of the railway station – Luxembourg – 2012
2 new stations on the Rhin-Rhône high speed train line – Belfort and Besançon, France – 2011
Revamp of the former hospital into a residential development – Auxerre, France – 2011
Financial Tower in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – 2010
New Wuhan railway station – New Wuhan, China – 2009
Computing Centre of the Agricultural Bank of China – Shanghai, China – 2007
Beijing History Museum – Beijing, China – 2006
Shanghai South railway station – Shanghai, China – 2006
3 stations on the Méditerranée high-speed train line – Valence, Avignon, Aix-en-Provence, France – 2001
Underground stations of the RER E line (suburban express line) – Paris, France – 1999

Project work in progress:
Juvisy-sur-Orge station – Juvisy-sur-Orge, France
Pont-de-Sèvres station – Paris, France
Rennes station – Rennes, France
Nanterre multimodal hub – Nanterre, France
Rosa Parks station – Paris, France
Versailles-Chantier multimodal hub – Versailles, France
Design of 6 stations of the metro line on the occasion of the 2022 FIFA World Cup – Doha, Qatar
Masterplan of the innovation centre for new technologies – Skolkovo, Russia
Urban studies for the design of a sustainable city – Wuhan, China
Tangier high speed train (TGV) maintenance depot – Tangier, Morocco


Project selected for Archmarathon: CASA-PORT RAILWAY STATION

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