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Antoine  Buonomo
Artistic advisor

Painter, illustrator, perspectivist, Antoine Buonomo is a historical collaborator of the ATELIERS ADELINE RISPAL in parallel with his artistic and visual communication activities.

Serious, creative and positive, he is above all an eye with a complete and accurate vision of the projects he works on. Like a “draughtsman of the future”, he creates and realizes by hand drawings and paintings which are the “anterior futures” of architectural projects which are still in the form of plans and cuts.

In France and abroad, he has illustrated and designed the visual communication of more than 100 projects for prestigious brands (Beijing Opera House, Shanghai Airport, Durban Airport, Paris-Roissy Airport, Sporting Club de Monaco, Bouygues, Caisse d’Epargne, Société Générale, Chanel, Eiffage) or major architects (Jean-Louis Berthet, Michel Corajoud, Jean Nouvel, Jacques Rougerie, Jean-Michel Wilmotte).

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  • Formation
    • École Boulle Paris 1978 Higher Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design Paris (France)
    • École Boulle Paris 1976 Specialised Arrangement Diploma Paris (France)
  • Professional associations
    • Affiliated with the Maison des Artistes since 1983
    • ADAGP member Société des Auteurs des Arts graphiques et plastiques (Society of Authors of Graphic and Plastic Arts)
  • Recent teachings
    • Penninghen School of Art Direction and Interior Architecture - Paris (France) Professor since 2000
    • EFET École Française d'Enseignement Technique Paris (France) Teacher from 2009 to 2017
  • Languages
    • French
    • English
  • Main projets
    • Mémorial 9/11 World Trade Center _ New-York (Etats-Unis)
    • Pavillon France _ Milan EXPO 2015 (Italie)
    • Makkah Museum _ La Mecque (Arabie Saoudite)
    • Le Louvre Abu Dhabi _ Abu Dhabi (Émirats arabes unis)
    • Musée d’histoire de Marseille _ Marseille (France)
    • MUCEM - Musée des civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée _ Marseille (France)
    • Musée universel du vin _ Pékin (Chine)
    • Musée d’archéologie et des sciences de la terre _ Rabat (Maroc)

I would rather draw than talk.  Drawing is faster and leaves less room for lying.
Le Corbusier


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