Patrick Hatem is an Architect with several years of experience in architectural and urban planning, development and construction. Patrick H has a solid and diverse knowledge of architecture acquired through years of experience and collaboration. He designs and builds highly complex public facilities that focus on the environment, in addition to hotels, educational facilities and various residential projects for students, tourists, and senior citizens.

In 2005, he founded his own firm PATRICK H ARCHITECTS, which has participated in and won various national and international competitions in France, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Beirut. The projects he continues to lead, are the product of fruitful teamwork coupled with a deep personal investment that is motivated by a strong attachment to and love for architecture.

Patrick Hatem began his career working closely with a number of internationally renowned Parisian architects, such as Henri Gaudin and Jean Pierre Buffi, with whom he participated in many competitions such as the l’Ecole Normale Supérieur de Lyon (France), les Archives de La Cinquième République (Reims, France) and the French Embassy in Berlin (Germany).

From 2010 to 2012, he was head of architect Massimiliano Fuksas’ firm, Studio Fuksas Paris, where he led a team of architects from several nationality. Under his direction, the Fuksas Paris team built the French National Archives (Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, France) and the Georges Frêche School of Hotel Management (Montpelier, France).
In 2013, Patrick Hatem collaborated with another architectural firm that was awarded the La Fontaine Sports Complex (Antony, France).

Patrick H has also belonged to and participated in various juries for architecture and complex facilities, including the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)’s Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (C2N) laboratory on the Saclay plateau (Paris, France).