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Confluence Institute, formally known as Confluence institute for innovation and creative strategies in architecture, is an international architecture school at Paris. Both the bachelor and master program has been unconditional accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Odile Decq and Matteo Cainer founded the school at 2014. After her departure as director at the École spéciale d'architecture. The school was first located at La Confluence at Lyon, then it moved to the 3rd arrondissement of Paris in 2019. The founding principle of the school is to offer an alternative architectural education in France and internationally. Rather than training architects as an educational method, Confluence Institute encourages pupils to experiment and test their ideas, to speculate the future of architecture.
The school offers two degrees: the undergraduate degree - Architecture Confluence Degree level A (RIBA Part 1) and the graduate degree - Architecture Confluence Degree level B (RIBA Part 2). Both degrees are unconditionally accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects since 2018.
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