François Guinaudeau was born in France in 1985. He holds a degree from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture in Nantes. He co-founded Titan, together with Mathieu Barré and Romain Pradeau. His context-based approach accentuates the relationship to nature, and to landscape.
Completed works include the Town Hall in Chaillé-sous-les-Ormeaux, the National Museum of George Clemenceau and most recently a public library near Rennes. He currently teaches at his alma mater, and more recently has been awarded with AJAP.