The Braillard Architectural Foundation is a Swiss institution recognized of public utility and established in Geneva since 1987. Beyond our primary mission of protecting and promoting the Braillard archives, we focus our broader activities on the quality of the built environment.
Under the auspices of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), The Eco-Century Project ® of our Foundation actively promotes the understanding of the tense relation between the urban realm and the biosphere. We strive for well designed, managed and lived cities as key parameters of the sustainable development. We ultimately invite architects, planners, decision-makers and the academia to actively engage in the ecological transition.