S international is a group of architects, urban planners, engineers, geographers, landscapers, and researchers of various geographic and professional horizons gathered around the same goal: to organize, think, and manage by means of urban engineering, the emergence of the Sustainable City, the Desirable City.
If most building stakeholders claim this goal today, it is because the scientific warnings and the planet emergencies have lead the politicians and the town councilors to an irreversible awareness. It must be noted that few are the ones who possess the necessary experience, technical skills, and references to deal with an urban thought both operational and renovated.
The various companies and acquisitions operated by the Groups’ founder, Jean Robert Mazaud, have allowed him to assemble the know-how and talent that are indispensable to the constitution of a unique professional tool which was patiently built from scratch at the beginning of the 1980’s around themes which were at that time pioneers of sustainable progress.
S’ international is formed today by a business combination of societies and specialized departments grouped in Paris, Shanghai, and Tokyo having at its disposal representatives and partnerships in Europe, Africa, and Asia. The Group’s strength is to have been able to gather these heterogenic components, each one endowed with accomplished traits and specific skills, around a unifying mission: the Sustainable City. This vision, structured by methods, allows on one hand to find its role in the mission entrusted to the group, and on the other hand to give meaning to its action, and finally to offer to S’ group’s clients an expert assessment panel adapted to the specific situations encountered. Nowadays, the different components of S’ international are:
# S’pace architecture: Architecture and industry
# S’pace engineering: architectural engineering
# S’pace environment: Environment engineering and certificates
# S’iama: Facilities and urban planning
# Shanghai ama: Urban planning, landscaping, skyscrapers
# SIA Tokyo: Design, Architecture and Urban Planning
# S.E.I.N.E.: New mobility technologies
# F4CT: Carbon engineering and climatic programs