1970 : Bruno Lafourcade receives first prize in the Prix National de Restauration for his renovation of a 17th century castle in Perigord.

1977 : Architectural office in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence opens.

1988 : Alexander Lafourcade, aged 15, joins his father.

1989 : Bruno Lafourcade is awarded Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French Culture Minister.

1990 : Bruno and Alexander Lafourcade become partners.

1999 : The offices move to larger premises in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. A three-storey, elegant house and garden on the main boulevard is devoted to thinking, drawing and creation.

2010 : A property owner in northern Europe receives the distinction of “Prince Louis de Polignac” for the restoration of his “Château de France” done by Bruno & Alexandre Lafourcade.

2012 : Alexandre, now a 25-year veteran, takes over total management of the architectural practice.

2013 : In the offices in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Alexandre Lafourcade is helped by 10 members of staff who have been working with him for many years. As a team, they manage large-scale architectural projects with the help of diligent and highly specialised partners.

2016 : Bruno Lafourcade died suddenly. Alexander is continuing the work with renewed impetus while appplying the same commitment and dedication Bruno always showed.