Adrien Mans works in a range of areas including objects, art installations, scenographies, buildings, landscape, public spaces, vizualisations and master plans. His work aims to support collective narratives that involve the landscape and users as main actors. 

Adrien Mans has won several international awards including: 1st prize for the Concordia Lighthouse competition, 2nd prize for the Taipei International Design Award and a semi-finalist prize for the CTBUH Reimagining Tall competition. He has also won a prize from la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles for upcycling objects. He collaborated with Intradel on a maze and a container pavillion, with Wallonie Design on the scenography for the Design Triennale and with Le Musée de l’Ephemère (Herstal) on public space installations as well as landscape design. 

He is a regular guest critic and lecturer at Parsons the New School for Design, the ULG as well as the ULB, where he was a studio teacher in 2018. Prior to working on his own projects, he has worked at the offices of BIG (New-York)Barozzi Veiga (Barcelona)NL Architects (Amsterdam) and JDS Architects (Brussels). Adrien Mans studied at the ULG, the University of Sheffield and at la Cambre ULB, where he completed his masters of architecture and urbanism with “Grande Distinction”. He was born in Liège, Belgium.

Since 2012, Adrien Mans has worked primarily with Matthew Davis. He has also collaborated with : DesignWithGenius, Joseph Lefin, Maxime Lejeune, Atelier d’Architecture Alain Richard, Atelier d’Architecture Pierre Hebbelinck, Lorigami Architectures, Quentin Crousse, Cristian Lera, Chanel Dehond,… 

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