Eric de Broche des Combes is an architect and graphic designer based in Paris, France.
Born in 1971, he grew up at le Corbusier's "Cité Radieuse" in Marseilles, and later studied architecture under the sun at the school of Marseille-Luminy.
After completing his post graduate diploma at the GAMSAU (Groupe de recherche pour l'Application des Méthodes Scientifiques à l'Architecture et à l'Urbanisme) he founded his first visualization office "Auralab" followed a few years later by his current studio, "Luxigon".
Conceived to create a strong visual experience, in an utterly codified and slightly boring field, his images quickly seduced famous architecture firms such as OMA, MVRDV, REX, Oppenheim, and in doing so, promoted "Luxigon" as one of the most distinctive 3D renderings studios in the world.
His latest creative venture,"Le Nirvalab", was recently set up to provide a platform for research devoted to new approaches and technologies in the conception and communication of architectural projects.
Eric is also regularly asked to lecture throughout Europe on both the theoretical and technical aspects of his work, the power of images and the history and methods of representation.