Alexandre Allard is a Frenchman born in Washington D.C. In 1990 he founded Consodata, the first digital database specialized in consumer behavior. After a few years traveling, Alexander honed his aspirations to reigniting the creative energy of historical places and the very history of space, time and matter. He has since devoted himself to the revival of historical patrimony, contrasting past and future, and promoting notable dialogues between past, heritage, and the forward dynamism of contemporary art. At the head of Groupe Allard, he is responsible for several successful projects, including the renovation and restoration of antique buildings like the Royal Monceau and the Hôtel Particulier de Pourtalès, both in Paris. For over 10 years, Alexandre Allard has dedicated his time and vision to the revitalization of Cidade Matarazzo.