The third edition of the Fubiz Talks, jointly organized by Fubiz and the TETRO agency will take place on October 4th in the beautiful setting of the Salle Pleyel in Paris. Many artists will be there to unveil the secrets of their inspirations and their creative processes. Among them is Studio KO architecture studio.
The architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty are behind the Studio KO. They met on the benches of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
For over ten years, the duo has been designing projects in Europe, Morocco and America. Public places, contemporary homes or private residences make up the bulk of their work.
© Dan Glasser – Villa DL, Studio KO, Essaouira – Maroc
In 2017, their first public cultural project is inaugurated: the Yves Saint-Laurent Museum in Marrakech, located not far from the Majorelle Garden.
© Fondation du Jardin Majorelle – Musée Yves Saint Laurent, Marrakech
Their works are part of the context that surrounds them and impregnate them to value all the poetry.
© Dan Glasser – Villa G, Studio KO, Bonnieux – France
Both architects favor the use of local materials such as stone and earth, combined with concrete and glass. They seek to find the traces of the past to divert them or to free themselves from them and to imagine creations rooted in modernity.