Graduated from the Technische Universität Braunschweig in 1999, with a degree in engineering and architecture.
Bettina Ballus was born in Germany and started studying at the Technische Universität Braunschweig in 1991 until 1995 when she spent a year at the la Villette Architecture School in Paris. She graduated back in Germany in 1999 but having lived many years just across the border, decided to make her dream come true and moved to Paris. Her professional experience led her to Jacques Ripault or Jean-Paul Viguier’s offices, where she grew a sense for creation and for managing large projects. She worked to design, develop and construct several buildings in France and abroad, in various fields – cultural, academics, medical, commercial, residential, offices, large scale tours.
Bettina has been involved in the office since 2001 and has taken the firm to a new level of professionalization, thanks to her unique sense of design, project management and sustainable engineering.
2013 Created vib architecture.
2006 Jean-Paul Viguier architecture and urbanism – Project manager.
2001 Partnership with Franck Vialet.
1999 Architectural workshop Ripault Duhart – Project manager.
1999 Schulitz Architekten, Braunschweig.
1998 WES LandschaftsArchitektur, Hambourg.
1996 Academy of Trades, Rehabilitation & Preservation of Historical Monuments,
1996 Raesfeld Castle.
1994 Institute for Building Services and Energy Design,
Technische Universität Braunschweig.
1991 Peter Gross Bau, St. Ingbert.
2010 Sustainable building development : standards HQE, H&E, BBC…
2009 Handicap-accessible building design.
2009 Construction – rehabilitation: key steps to project development.
2008 Financial engineering for property development project.
1999 Diplôme d’Ingénierie en Architecture (summa cum laude)
1999 Université technique de Braunschweig (Allemagne).
1995/96 Etudes à l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture
1996 de Paris la Villette.
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