atelier GRAM is an architectural practice based in Brno and Athens. GRAM produces spaces that grant variation and alteration over time. GRAM’s projects embrace existing historical pattern while providing a resilient and clear architectural substance.
Anne-Sereine Tremblay, Jan Kudlička and Marina Kounavi created the studio in 2020 after several years of fruitful collaborations.

ANNE-SEREINE TREMBLAY (*1984, Bourg-en-Bresse, France) studied architecture at INSA of Strasbourg and BUT Budapest, Hungary. After graduating in 2007, she worked at Clément Vergely and Playtime in Lyon, France, and later in Paris as a project leader at Bruther office. Between 2015-2018, she worked as a project leader at MVRDV international studio in Rotterdam, on large scale educational and residential projects. Since 2015, she has been an authorized architect at Dutch Architecten Register SBA.

JAN KUDLIČKA (*1985, Brno, Czechia) studied architecture at Brno University of Technology and UPV Valencia, Spain. During his studies, he completed an internship at Bjarke Ingels Group in Copenhagen. In 2010 he made a research in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on slum dwellings. After graduating in 2011 he worked in Paris for several years. He joined the international office of Mecanoo in 2015 in Delft, the Netherlands, where he worked on both small and large residential, cultural and urban projects.

MARINA KOUNAVI (*1988, Athens, Greece) received her Master degree at the Technical University of Delft and her Diploma of Architecture from Patras Technical University in Greece. Her working experience includes offices as OMA/ Rem Koolhaas, MVRDV and Mecanoo from 2015 to 2020. Marina participated in the biennale of architecture in Venice and worked as a researcher in the institute of architecture of Buenos Aires.