Wilmotte & Associés is a multi-disciplinary architecture firm. The firm takes on an impressive range and scale of projects from large plants, stadiums, service sector programmes, high-rise buildings, hospitals, residential properties, wine stores, hotels, theatres, museums, congress centres, and shopping malls to private residences. Jean-Michel Wilmotte's architecture is characterised by great care given to a building's integration within the site it occupies, to clean lines, quality of materials, and attention to detail. In addition to new constructions, Wilmotte excels in the restoration field and often carries out redevelopment projects in historic town centres. Keen to respect heritage as well as a certain modernity and sobriety in his architecture, Jean-Michel Wilmotte developed the concept of “contemporary grafting” to demonstrate that the meeting of old and modern is at the heart of the issue of urban regeneration.