Wire of Louis Roubert, architect, and of his wife born Marie-Louise Dollonne, artist-painter, Roubert Jean-Wolf is pupil with the workshop Dengler with the École of the Art schools of Paris and obtains its diploma for the occupation of architect in 1961 before gains the Deuxième First Grand Prix of Rome in 1962. He is boarder of the Académie from France to Rome, of March 8th 1963 at April 30th 1966.
In 1972, it is named Architecte as a chief of the civil buildings and palates national. For this reason, it is charged with the Palais Garnier (1979 - 1998). It leads many campaigns relating to the restoration of the Opera of Paris and necessary works to the good use and the maintenance in a state of its interior spaces.
He is charged with the Villa Médicis with Rome (1991 - 1994) and with the Théâtre of the Fields-Élysées in Paris (since 2004) and architect council of the seat of UNESCO (since 2004). He also redefined interior spaces of the Parlement of Brittany to Rennes at the time of his restoration following the fire of 1994 (1996 - 1999).
With Rheims, it was responsible for the installation of the district of Europe (1966 - 1971), it remains with Henri Dumont and Jacques Bléhaut at the origin of the National Academy of Area (1994) which takes again the curves of hearing and the fish-plates of a violin. Also it dealt with the restoration of the center town of Clermont-Ferrand (1978 - 1981).
He is the father of the actor Christophe Roubert.
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