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Rudy Ricciotti

Born in 1952 in Algeria, Rudy Ricciotti is an architect and engineer who graduated from the Geneva School of Engineering and the Marseille School of Architecture. He was awarded France's Grand Prix National d'Architecture in 2006 and the Gold Medal of the French Academy of Architecture. His work is centred on the use of concrete, and he has expressed it in projects such as the Vitrolles Stadium, the National Choreographic Centre - Pavillon Noir in Aix-en-Provence, the Jean Cocteau Museum in Menton, the Department of Islamic Art at the Louvre, MuCEM (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations) in Marseille, the Memorial Camp in Rivesaltes or the Bordeaux Métropole Arena Floirac.

In addition to his work as an architect, Ricciotti is also the author of numerous books, including Le Beau, le brut et les truands (2021), Premières lignes (2019) and Mémorial du Camp de Rivesaltes (2015).

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