Mrs. Borina Andrieu

Managing Director at Wilmotte & Associés

After studying Art History at the Ecole du Louvre, International Relations and Finance at the Institut d'études politiques of Paris and Literature and Communications at the Sorbonne, Borina Andrieu started in publishing and economic press.

Multilingual and with strong knowledge in diplomatic and trade relations for France to International countries, she is firstly mandated by the AFAA of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before joining Wilmotte & Associés in 2004 as Director of Development.

Based on the quality of exchanges between the architect and its clients, her approach currently aims to develop the presence of Wilmotte & Associés in France, as well as in all major strategic economic places within Europe, Brazil, Russia, Middle-East and Asia.

Her understanding of strategic considerations both in legal and budget issues in large scale architectural projects lets her actively consolidate the decisions of Wilmotte & Associés in order to meet the needs of prestigious private and public clients.

Then, Borina Andrieu has been involved in emblematic creations for Jean-Michel Wilmotte: Russian Orthodox Spiritual & Cultural Center, the refurbishment of La Halle Freyssinet into the world’s biggest ‘Startups Incubator’ and the Gare du Nord in Paris, new offices for Google at Kings Cross in London, the Ferrari Sporting Management Center in Maranello, an ecological park in Baku for the 2015 European Games, New Greater Moscow, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing, Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, to quote a few examples.

Today, Wilmotte & Associés is an architectural practice with a strong international reputation which works in 28 countries. Created in 1975 by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, the practice’s activities are: architecture, interior design, museography, industrial design and urban planning. With a cosmopolitan network, it has offices in France, United-Kingdom, Italy, South Korea and brings together more than 250 employees of 29 different nationalities.