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Nationality  French
Role  Architect
Name  Paul Chemetov

Design  Meridienne verte
Occupation  Architect
Parents  Alexandre Chem
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Born  September 6, 1928 (age 87) (1928-09-06) Paris
Alma mater  Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts
Awards  Grand prix national de l'architecture Officer of the Legion of Honour Ordre des Arts et des Lettres Ordre national du Merite
Projects  Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment (France), French Embassy in New Delhi, Arenes de Metz
Education  Ecole nationale superieure des Beaux-Arts (1959)
Children  Alexandre Chemetoff, Marianne Khondji, Agnes Chemetoff
Grandchildren  Marie Louise Khondji, Josephine Khondji, Alexandre Khondji
Structures  Ministere des Finances HQ, Paris, Les Halles, Le Forum
Similar People  Alexandre Chemetoff, Paul Ardenne, Darius Khondji

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Paul Chemetov (born 6 September 1928) is a French architect and urbanist. He is best known for his collaborations with Borja Huidobro.


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Chemetov was born in Paris on 6 September 1928. As a student, he belonged to the Union of Communist Students. He graduated from the National School of Fine Arts in 1959. Chemetov taught at the École des Ponts ParisTech until 1989, at which time he switched to the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. In 1961, he joined the AAU. He has designed several buildings with Borja Huidobro (b. 1936, Santiago, Chile) since 1983. Chemetov has received several awards and honors including the Grand prix national de l'architecture (1980), Officer of the Legion of Honour, Officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and Officer of the Ordre national du Mérite. Chemetov is the father of landscape architect Alexandre Chemetoff, who won the Grand Prix de l'urbanisme in 2000. He also has two daughters Marianne - who married to famous cinematographer Darius Khondji and Agnès Chemetoff.

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In 1960–64, Chemetov worked on the housing complex in Vigneux. From 1981–88 he worked on the Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Employment, one of the Grands Projets of François Mitterrand, with Huidobro From 1982–1985 he worked on the French Embassy in New Delhi, India, with Borja Huidobro and in December 1982 won the Ministry of Finances competition. In 1983, Chemetov designed the public housing building at 5, Promenade du Marquis de Rays, Canal District in Courcouronnes (Essonne). In 1988 he designed the Fontaines du Ministère in Paris and from 1989–1994 was responsible for the renovation of the main gallery of the evolution of the National Museum of Natural History, with Huidobro. In 1992 Chemetov was responsible for the development of a tram from Bobigny to Saint-Denis and in 1994 worked on the library-media center at Évreux, with Huidobro. In 1999 he designed the Méridienne verte, in 2000 he designed the public library at Montpellier, with Huidobro and in 2001 designed the Arènes de Metz, with Huidobro. In 2001 he worked on the public library at Châlons-en-Champagne.

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