Sebastien Ricard studied architecture in France at Paris la Defense University and in Canada at McGill University. Since joining WilkinsonEyre he has been involved in a number of eclectic mixed-use projects: the first phase of the Aldgate Union regeneration for Tishman Speyer; the Audi West London Regional HQ; the ground-breaking Crystal, a sustainable cities initiative for Siemens in Newham; and the high-profile redevelopment of London's Battersea Power Station.
Sebastien has led projects all other the world: devising a masterplan for Jeddah in Saudi Arabia; a major opening bridge in Victoria Island, Canada; and a one kilometre long viaduct near Basel, France. Back in the UK, he led on the new transport interchange in Bath, and Splashpoint leisure centre in Worthing.
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