The passion of architecture, from father to son
For the last 20 years, the San Gregorio workshop has been undertaking, with passion and fidelity, the transformations at the Château de la Messsardière, while, at the same time, signing many other architectural wonders.
Finished in 1904, the Château de la Messardière, property of Henry Brisson and Louise Dupuy d’Anjeac, was the favourite place of the socialites at the time. It awoke again from its long sleep, after a complete renovation of the building by Jean-Claude Rochette, Chief architect of historical monuments. Eleven years later, the new owner gave Bruno Bortoluzzi the mission of restructuring and modernizing the grand house so as to turn it into a luxury hotel. The volumes were transformed and opened on to the park, a Spa and a top class gym were created.
In 2014, Julien Bortoluzzi, the architect, prolonged the work of his father, by completely renovating and transforming the two levels of the central part of the Château, refurbishing 50 rooms, transforming the boutique, re-designing the bar and the reception area, reconfigurating the outside spaces and the bathrooms. L’Atelier also imagined the new natural and solar look of the beach restaurant Jardin Tropezina, that you can discover this season on Pampelonne beach.
Large scale projects
Created in the Parisian region by Bruno Bortoluzzi the San Gregorio workshop moved to the Riviera in 2008. Graduate of the Superior School of Architecture Lumini in Marseille, the project chief in the different architecture agencies, Julien Bortoluzzi, manager of the agency, orchestrates the contemporary projects. Regularly solicited to conceive individual housing projects, the San Gregorio workshop is well versed in the administrative, economical and ecological constraints that such projects require. The architecture agency accompanies the project managers from the drawing stages right up to the delivery of the work. L’Atelier developed more and more and became more diversified and wide spread. three new branches were opened in 2018, one in les Issambres, one in the centre of Marseille and one in Paris.
L’Atelier San Gregorio in figures:
-Approximately 30 villas per year, construction and renovations
-4 complete reconversions of apartments
-3 residential buildings under construction and 6 studies underway
-7 restaurants including 4 on the beach
-2 architecture agencies
-2 hotels including the luxury Château de la Messardière
Atelier San Gregorio
Place San Peire 83380 Les Issambres
T. 04 94 45 46 25
595 Avenue de la Corniche d’Azur 83370 Fréjus
T. 04 94 96 40 84
8 rue Sainte 13001 Marseille
T. 04 65 57 36 47
22 rue Michel-Le-Comte 75003 Paris
T. 06 73 00 62 99