METEK
is an architecture and design firm, co-founded in 2001 in New York by Sarah Bitter and has been based in Paris since 2004. Metek is involved in contemporary creation, whether in architecture, interior fittings, furniture, film production, multidisciplinary artistic collaborations.
The Metek agency is recognized by institutions such as the Louvre-Lens (acquisition of the Rolling Design House in 2020), the Saint Etienne International Design Biennial (winner of the call for projects ‘banc d’essai’ in 2019), the MAC VAL (projection of "Enchanted Crimée, a Multistoried Architecture" at the Night of Museums 2018) the City of Architecture, (exhibition" Towards new social housing "2012), the Ministry of Culture ( nomination General Public Prize for architecture 2004), the 'Pavillon de l'Arsenal', (exhibition “Le paris des maisons” 2004).
The agency’s projects are widely published in the mainstream and professional press. Metek remains committed to individuals and the general public (participation in ‘Journées A vivre’ since 2003).

cuisine modulable et meuble design | laiton, Valchromat | Metek

Sarah Bitter et Christophe Demantké | lit-bibliothèque design | médium laqué | Metek

Sarah Bitter
is a DPLG architect. Professional opportunities and her passion for changing cities have led her to work in Barcelona, Marseille, Berlin and New York. She runs the Metek architectural firm which she co-founded in 2001. Along with her work as an architect, Sarah Bitter is involved in the dissemination of architecture to different audiences. She presented for two years the film "Enchanted Crimée, a Multistoried Architecture" (directed by Sophie Comtet Kouyaté, production Metek) in many film festivals in France and abroad as well as the book "Villa Crimée »Written by Célia Houdart and published by POL in 2018 (at an invitation from Metek).
Sarah Bitter is Associate Professor at the National School of Architecture of Paris-Malaquais and teaches at the American Art Schools of Fontainebleau.

Christophe Demantké
graduated from the Special School of Architecture (DESA with congratulations from the jury, HMONP 2010) after a DUT in civil engineering (IUT Cergy-Pontoise). He joined the Metek agency in 2009 and participated in the winning competition for 31 social housing units in Paris, delivered in December 2017 and widely published. Its rationality and its ability to find innovative solutions in terms of design contribute to the creativity of projects from small to large scale.

bibliothèque-escalier design | acier | Metek

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