Yves Rathle

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BornMay 7, 1962
OccupationFrench-American architect

Yves Pierre Rathle is a French-American architect and urban designer.[1] He is the owner and principle of studioYVESinc, an architecture design studio based in Jacksonville Florida, United States.[2] Rathle has been involved in a number of architectural projects worldwide. [3]

Early Life and Education

Yves Pierre Rathle was born to a chemistry professor Pierre Rathle and artist Raymonde Michel Rathle of Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt, on May 7, 1962 in Paris, France, and was raised in a Catholic household. [4] [5] In 1969, the family settled in the United States. [6]

Rathle obtained his Bachelors in architecture from Louisiana State University in 1985. [7] From 1986-1990, he attended informative lectures at Harvard University and MIT while in Boston. [3] He also played Division I tennis for two years.

Personal Life

Rathle is married to an artist Suzanne Saltmarsh, a dancer, teacher, and choreographer who is the artistic director at Saltmarsh Dance of Jacksonville. [8]

Their son Pascal Rathle (born April 15, 1995) is a soccer player and in graduate school at UPenn. [9] They have three other children namely Raphael Rathle at USF San Francisco, Zavier Rathlecovid 19 studying from home and Aria Rathle at the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. [9]


Yves Pierre Rathle worked as a registered architect in Boston working with many organizations and people such as Disney and Shahid Khan. [3] [10]

Rathle has been the principal of studioYVESinc since 1991.[1] Yves Rathle maintains a creative consultant architect associate role with Elkus Manfredi Architects through the years of 1990 until now. He is an associate architect for Ashokan Architecture and Planning. [2] He also developed an association with Paolo Soleri of Acrosanti before his death. [11] Yves also maintains a creative consultant role with the Haskell Company. [12]

Rathle has also worked on projects for Disney (Disney Imagineer in Orlando, Florida) and Warner Brothers (Los Angeles, California). [3]


  • Dubai Festival City Masterplan and Tower Complex- Dubai, UAE
  • Red Sea Aquarium Marine Life Center and Tower- Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Moscow City Center Towers- Moscow, Russia
  • Riyadh Worship Center and Mixed-Use Development- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • Heliopolis Masterplan and Resort Community- Cairo, Egypt
  • Bagna Mixed-Use Comprehensive Center and Tower- Bangkok, Thailand
  • World Trade Center Design Competition- New York City, New York (state)|New York
  • Shanghai International Place, Shanghai, China
  • Apsys International- Paris, France
  • Centre Beaugrenelle Masterplan- Paris, France
  • Al Futtaim- Dubai, UAE
  • Bios Inc- Seattle, Washington
  • Disney Imagineer- Orlando, Florida
  • Rockwell Group- New York City, New York (state)
  • Warner Brothers/Sackett Design, Los Angeles, California
  • Equity Office- Boston, Massachusetts

Awards and Honors

  • The Space BetweenWorld Trade Centre Design Competition
  • 1992 – Design Presentation – Ernest Burden
  • 2000 – Visionary Architecture – Ernest Burden
  • 2000 - The Art of Architectural Illustration; Classic Galleries - Winthrop, Massachusetts
  • 2002 - 1st Place Award- 8th Bay Architectural Award - San Francisco, California
  • 2003 - AIA Gallery - San Francisco, California [13]
  • Small Firms, Great Projects; San Francisco, California
  • Architecture in Perspective 4....13....14....16....17


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Staff". StudioYves. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Our Team". Ashokan Architecture and Planning. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 "Yves P.Rathle, RA" (PDF). Catalyst Architecture. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  4. "Henri Amin Rathle". Legacy. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  5. "Pierre Andre Rathle". Legacy. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  6. "Pierre Andre Rathle". |website=Legacy |accessdate=22 October 2020}}
  7. "Studio Yves". Archinect. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  8. "Saltmarsh Dance of Jacksonville". Saltmarsh Dance of Jacksonville. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Pascal Rathle". Judo Doplhins. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  10. Bortzfield, Bill. "Jacksonville Knocked Out Of Running For Amazon's HQ2". WCJT News. WCJT. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  11. "Arcology". Catalyst Architecture. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  12. "The Mathis Report: Morris family taking steps to redevelop T-U property". Jacksonville Daily Record. Retrieved 10 October 2020.
  13. "Past Award Winners". AIA Jacksoville.

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