LA REDTEAM

PIERRE-EMMANUEL QUINTANA

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
“Our Legal & Finance Department supports the realisation of ambitious and bold projects by applying bespoke methodologies. We use this flexibility and measured risk-taking to open up a whole range of possibilities, yet without ever endangering the security of the project or its sponsors.”  

ROSINE VANWALSCAPPEL

REDMAN DIRECTOR, PARIS
“Reconciling the needs of the region, future users and operators, ensuring effective dialogue, taking into account the history of the building and the future of the city, combining broad analysis with holistic vision and designing a project for sustainability and reversibility represent the fundamentals of our approach to every project.”  

NICOLAS PONSON

FOUNDING PARTNER OF REDMAN
“Our entrepreneurial vision is founded on the values of rigour, high demands and rectitude. For every real estate project, the right balance must be struck to establish the harmony required to develop an inclusive city with sustainable and responsible architectural qualities. Introspection is at the heart of ourproject development process.”

SOPHIE DIGARD

HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
“Sharing, collective intelligence, co-construction and diversity are the drivers of innovation and progress. Each individual contributes to the firm’s sustainable development goals, continually improving and expanding, with an objective of personal fulfilment and collective interest.”  

ARNAUD BARRIÈRE

REDMAN DIRECTOR, MEDITERRANEAN REGION
“We provide support to organisations seeking to develop a real estate project designed to generate growth. Our duty is to ensure that they are fully aware of the environmental issues, of social innovation and developments to the real estate ecosystem. The next phase of the architectural element in complete harmony with this analysis, within a framework of economic equilibrium.”  

MATTHIAS NAVARRO

FOUNDING PARTNER OF REDMAN
“With our deeply-rooted values and ambitions, Redman’s approach as a developer is based on modernity, innovation and the current challenges within society.”  

BRUNO DEPLANCK

REDMAN DIRECTOR, AFRICA REGION
“Redman Africa adapts to the complexities of land purchases and planning rules. Our main goal is to anticipate housing demand while providing buildings with a strong identity, establishing the desire to experience spaces of the latest generation. On a continent undergoing sustained development, our duty is to ensure that all regions adapt to this process of economic and ecological transition.”  

PHILIPPE GAUTHIER

REDMAN DIRECTOR,
HOSPITALITY
“The goal of Redman Hospitality is to promote solutions, right from the design phase, that integrate environmental standards (ISO 26000) in order to formulate, develop and exploit innovation and multi-functional hotel projects that meet guests’ demands while harmoniously interacting with the locality.”

CATHERINE BEYLAU

DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS
“Creating spaces where our contemporaries live is both a privilege and a responsibility. Redman exploits the whole range of building techniques offering as low an impact as possible on our planet. The benign employee management approach encourages the entire team to question their working practices on an ongoing basis.”  

PASCAL CARRE

REDMAN DIRECTOR, RHÔNE-ALPES REGION
“Designing and building real estate projects is not only a question of providing shelter, but also of sheltering our future.”  

LAURA BEN-IBGUI

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, REDMAN HOSPITALITY
“We are at the same time an investor, developer and hotel operator. We are involved right from the birth of the project. We design the hotels of tomorrow within a framework of sustainable construction and operations. The hotels we develop are above all living spaces that adapt to the whole spectrum of their uses.”

NICOLAS LACOUR

REDMAN DIRECTOR, HOUSING
“Our goal is to design sustainable housing in all aspects, participating in the construction of the city of tomorrow. To this end, we conduct a permanent and in-depth process of analysis in order to anticipate new environmental and energy standards, new uses and, more generally, anything that will enable us to create housing for the coming decades.”