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Created in 1987, the Braillard Architectes Foundation (BAF) is an officially recognized non-profit Swiss institution located in Geneva. Its general objective is to ensure a better cultural diffusion of architecture and urban planning.

In concrete terms, the Braillard Architectes Foundation is active in the research fields of urban studies and of 20th century architectural heritage, development and conservation sciences, as well as in promoting architecture and urban planning. These activity fields revolve around three structures: the Braillard Heritage Conservatory, the architecture and zoning research group and the urban know-how mediation and development group.

The Foundation aims at being a space anchored in the present, working towards the qualitative development of the city and housing.

Through its actions, the Foundation aims at being more than a place for heritage preservation; it aims at being a space anchored in the present, working towards the qualitative development of the city and of housing.

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Fondation Braillard Architectes
16, rue Saint-Léger
CH — 1205 Genève

Tel: +41 22 311 17 17
info@braillard.ch

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