HISTORIEN DE L’ARCHITECTURE MODERNE ET CONTEMPORAINE / DOCTOR IN MODERN & CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE HISTORY
Alexis Markovics holds a research degree from the École du Louvre. A historian of art and architecture, he has conducted research on the built environment of Paris and the Greater Paris.
He is also a researcher at the laboratory of the architectural school ENSA-Versailles and has served as a heritage consultant for the Department for History of Architecture and Archaeology of Paris within the Commission du Vieux Paris.
He has conducted several historical/heritage assessments, among which that of the Saint-Louis crystal works for Hermès in 2012, which he carried out with Dominique Averland. He is currently researching the history of the profession and of the training of decorative artists, interior decorators and interior architects.
Alexis Markovics is also the Research Director of Camondo school (a part of the Museum of Decorative Arts), where he was the academic director since 2010 to 2019. He teaches the basic tenets of the history of architecture, interior architecture and design and supervises dissertations focused on the theoretical approach to space and its design. In 2012, he founded the research seminar Ambiances pour habiter. A graduate in museology, his interest in museography stems from his teaching practice.
In 2017, he founded PAMPA with Philippine Aprile Mandillon as a design studio that places meaning, contexts and culture at the heart of projects.