Jean Viard (1949), sociologue français ; a travaillé sur la dualité ville/campagne et sur les « temps sociaux » (les vacances, les 35 heures) [photo : 2019]

Jean Viard (b. 1949), French sociologist; he worked on urban-rural linkages and individual’s social needs (holidays, the 35-hour working week) [photo: 2019]. Image : © PFRunner

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Pierre Veltz (1945), ingénieur, sociologue et auteur français, Grand prix de l’urbanisme 2017 (photo : 2018)

Pierre Veltz (b. 1945), French engineer, sociologist & author, “Grand prix de l’urbanisme” 2017 (photo : 2018). Image : © PFRunner

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Bas Princen (1975), photographe néerlandais (2018)

Bas Princen (b. 1975), Dutch photographer (2018). Image : © PFRunner

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Lionel Billiet (1986), ingénieur belge, agence Rotor (architecture et ré-emploi), Bruxelles (photo : 2018)

Lionel Billiet (b. 1986), Belgian engineer, practice : Rotor (Re-use & Architecture), Brussels (photo : 2018). Image : © PFRunner

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François Loyer (1941-), historien d’art et d’architecture français (2017)

François Loyer (b. 1941), French historian of art and architecture (2017). Image : © PFRunner

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Cynthia Ghorra-Gobin, géographe au Cnrs (Paris), spécialiste du phénomène urbain, en particulier américain (photo : 2017)

Cynthia Ghorra-Gobin, geographer based in Paris, specialist of the urban phenomenon, especially in the USA (photo : 2017). Image : © PFRunner
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Sonam Wangchuk (1966-), ingénieur indien, fondateur du SECMOL (Students’ Educational and Cultural Movement of Ladakh) ; il a reçu le Global Award For Sustainable Architecture en 2017 (photo : 2017)

Sonam Wangchuk (b. 1966), Indian engineer, innovator, and education reformist, founder of the SECMOL (Students’ Educational and Cultural Movement of Ladakh), “2017 Global Award For Sustainable Architecture” Awarded (photo : 2017). Image : © PFRunner

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