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Designs by town.and.concreteCyril Lancelin (born in 1975, Lyon,... crss





















Designs by town.and.concrete

Cyril Lancelin (born in 1975, Lyon, France) is a French architect and art director. After 15 years working for some of the most influential architects and artists in Paris and Los Angeles, Cyril Lancelin decided to start his own creative studio in 2016 - town and concrete.

Since is architecture diploma in 1999, he has been working on the habitat and their boundaries. Lives and Works in Paris.Currently working on a wide range of commissions, mainly privates houses.


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