Paul-Antoine Lucas M.Arch.


Paul-Antoine Lucas is an architect, educator, curator, and researcher based between Oslo and Hanoi. Through teaching, curatorial and editorial work, his research focuses on the right to housing in Europe, intersectional practices in architecture, social and spatial infrastructures of support in public space, and emancipatory pedagogies in architecture education.

Paul-Antoine previously worked in Tokyo, Paris, Copenhagen, and Oslo, before founding in 2019, together with Bui Quy Son, the critical spatial practice Exutoire. From 2020 to 2022, he taught at the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) in the capacity of assistant professor, and will join in 2023 the faculty of RMIT Vietnam as an associate lecturer in design studies. Lucas graduated with an MArch from AHO, and a bachelor’s from ENSA Paris-Malaquais and the University of Hong Kong. Since 2022, he is curator-in-residence at ROM for kunst og arkitektur in Oslo. In 2023, Exutoire’s writings were published by Magasin for Bygningskunst og Kultur and the Canadian Centre for Architecture.