Nicolas Memain

walking artist,
Provencopolitan street jockey,
big-footed town planner,
urban planner grand prix d’urbanisme of the academy of architecture
gonzo town planner,
gray eminence of the national agency of urban psychoanalysis marseillologist ororhodaneologist,
off-road guide specializing in attention to constructed situations,
concrete bear cartographer and trainer.

A “Street jockey” or even a “concrete bear trainer” as he likes to define himself. He is a member of the Cercle des Marcheurs, cartographer of the GR2013® and author of its route to which he gave its emblematic shape. Along with Baptiste Lanaspèze, he received the 2013 town planning award from the Academy of Architecture for the creation of a metropolitan path. A specialist in 20th century town planning and architecture, he has organized numerous architectural walks in several towns in the Bouches-du-Rhône and participated in an architectural inventory for heritage services. He has worked for many years to revisit the encyclopedia of Bouches-du-Rhône.