Romain studied architecture and urban design in Lille, France and completed a masters in conservation in Naples, Italy. He joined the practice in 2016 and has grown his understanding of the city leading workshops and residencies with local people.
His interest for Glasgow and its industrial history has led him to volunteer with associations aiming to preserve and celebrate the Clyde river, tightly linked to the development of the city. Romain shares his time between the studio work, the tours and the University of Strathclyde where he tutors, one activity feeding the other one.
Romain has lived in the West End for most of his time in Glasgow. While also containing a number of museums and galleries it is also the area most intact from Glasgow’s large scale Victorian-era growth.