Dominique Coulon, born in 1961, graduated as an architect with professor Henry Ciriani in 1989 and created his own architecture practice. In 1990, he received a special prize for the international competition of The Japan Culture House in Paris. In 1991, he was the winner of la Villa Medicis hors les murs. In 1996, he received the 1ère œuvre prize for the collège Pasteur in Strasbourg. He has been nominated for the Equerre d’Argent in 1999, 2002 and 2006 and received the prize of the Florilège d'Etablissements d'Enseignement Exemplaires du PEB organized by OCDE for the school Martin Peller in Reims in 2006. Since 2008, his practice become DOMINIQUE COULON & Associés with Olivier NICOLLAS and Steve LETHO DUCLOS. In parallel to his architectural production, Dominique Coulon teaches at the Ecole d’Architecture de Strasbourg where he founded the Masters program Architecture and Complexity.