This issue of TC cuadernos summarizes in its 336 pages the main worksof the French architect, based in Strasbourg, Dominique Coulon, since 1996 when he became acquainted with the Louis Pasteur Institute, to the present in which he has become one of the most important architects of France.
Colorand precision characterize the works of this French master, capable of creating spaces of the highest quality and moving with ease between the contained geometries, the squares, the prisms, the perpendicular and the diagonal, the curves, the organic and the form as a symbol.
The work included in this publication covers dierent public programs ranging from schools, theaters, specialized residences, sports centers or libraries where, through plans and axonometric, explains the keys of its buildings, materials in its outer shell of exposed concrete , that exploit a world of interior color without visual concessions, of an exultant rotundity. In the words of Campo Baeza, meeting Dominique Coulon and his architecture has been the discovery of a true master. With a spirit of great personal simplicity, and with a very intense work, he has developed with his coherent, mature and beautiful worksanarchitecture that remains in time and makes people happy.