The Board of Directors

The CFAI is run by a Board of Directors, whose elected members are architects from every administrative region. The President is elected for a 2-year term, renewable twice.

Governing board members

Bernard MEIGNAN

Claire LE QUELLEC
Président

Christine FATH

Stéphane SIMONIN
Vice Président

Claire LE QUELLEC

General Secretary          En cours

Stéphane SIMONIN

David DHONT
Treasurer

 

Elected governors representing the approved qualified members

Mikael RIVOALLON

Julie CHABASSIER
Grand Est


Bruno DUJARDIN
Nouvelle Aquitaine

David DHONT

Emilie CHAUSY
Auvergne - Rhône-Alpes

Corinne CANTON

Véronique BIGNON
Bourgogne - Franche Comté

Bruno DUJARDIN

Cécile MONEGER
Bretagne - Pays de Loire

Christine FATH

Didier SERRES
Centre - Val de Loire

Raphael GILARDINO

Bérengère TABUTIN
Paris / Ile de France - Outre Mer - Pays UE & Etrangers

Raphael GILARDINO
 

Olivier FABERT
Paris / Ile de France - Outre Mer - Pays UE & Etrangers

Bénédicte MAITRE

Claire LE QUELLEC
Paris / Ile de France - Outre Mer - Pays UE & Etrangers

Bernard MEIGNAN

Floriane BERNABEU
Paris / Ile de France - Outre Mer - Pays UE & Etrangers

Raphael DORVAULT

Raphael DORVAULT
Occitanie

Patrice MIGAIROU

Bruno VERWAERDE
Hauts de France

Didier SERRES

Carine GUILLOU
Normandie

Suzie LE POURHIET

Stéphane TORRES
Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur - Corse

Didier SERRES

David BESSON
Auvergne - Rhône-Alpes

 

SURROGATE FOR THE CFAI

Godefroy THOUVENIN

Godefroy THOUVENIN
Délégué UNAPL pour le CFAI

Thierry CONQUET

Thierry CONQUET
Délégué Europe pour le CFAI

Etienne PROST

Etienne PROST
Délégué Sénat pour le CFAI

Pascale BOULARD

Pascale BOULARD
Déléguée à l'enseignement pour le CFAI

Etienne PROST

Bernard MEIGNAN
Délégué auprès du Ministère de la Culture pour le CFAI

 

Governors representing the Associate members (schools, teachers, unions)

ENSAD, Paris Emmanuel TIBLOUX
Ecole Boulle, Paris Josiane GIAMMARINARO
ENSAAMA, Paris Laurent SCORDINO
Ecole CAMONDO, Paris René-Jacques MAYER
PENNINGHEN, Paris Gilles POPLIN
Académie CHARPENTIER, Paris Serge ZAGDANSKI
ISDAT, Toulouse David MOZZICONACCI
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Angers Marie-Haude CARAES
ESAIL, Lyon (Ecole Jean COTTIN) Pascal BERTRAND
Ecole BLEUE, Paris Jean Marie LEMESLE
EFET, Paris François LALAU / Cyril FUENTES
ESAT, Paris Julien HOURDÉ
ESAM Design, Paris Catherine EXER
EDNA, Nantes Lydie MORAND
IFAT, Plescop Béatrice BADEL LAURO
 

COMMITTEES

Supported by 6 Committees, the CFAI carries out its mission of recognition and control of the profession in accordance with its charter ( May 15th, 2003) and rules of procedure (May 15th, 2003).

The Competence Recognition Committee

It is the CFAI founding committee whose role is to organize and oversee the juries. Their decisions are submitted to the Board of Directors who make the final decision.

The Higher Appeals and conciliation Committee

It gives its opinion concerning the claims which are formulated and may refer to decisions made by the Competence Recognition juries or to litigations between interior designers or with a third party. One of its members is a legal expert.

The Disciplinary Committee

It gives its opinion concerning the cases it is presented with or it discovers by proposing the application of appropriate measures or sanctions to the Board of Directors who make the final decision. Failure to respect professional rules, the Code of Duties, the rules of procedure and the statuses is a fault. The applied sanctions may be temporary or definitive, including being struck off.

The Supervisory council

In charge of implementing statutory and regulatory texts, it ensures that registrations are conform and that the members’ practice is professional. It also ensures that the yearly register of the approved competent interior designers, region by region, is correctly published, as well as those who hold an aptitude design status certificate.

The Teaching Committee

It maintains the teachers’ evolution under constant review and assists the schools requiring help into their recognition procedure. It takes part in the rigorous identification ot teachers who train interior design students.

The Communication Committee

As the national Observatory of the profession, it implements the CFAI communication policy in a concrete way, by all appropriate means.