Since the beginning, Pluriell has been dedicated to supporting architects and project managers in streamlining site monitoring, optimizing collaboration, and enhancing customer satisfaction.

All too often, the available tools are ill-suited, leaving users to cobble together solutions by mixing SMS, email, Word, Excel, WhatsApp, Dropbox, WeTransfer, and many others.

Recognizing this issue, the Pluriell team leveraged the expertise of its founders and forged partnerships with architects and project managers to design a solution that tackles the problem at its core.

Built on the principle of "Keep it simple" and considering four fundamental aspects: time savings, collaboration, productivity, and satisfaction, the Pluriell platform has taken shape and now effectively caters to the needs of numerous architects and project managers on a daily basis.


At Pluriell, we have an absolute obsession with detail. Not just on the product, which is of course the focus of our attention, but in all areas of our business.

We are very demanding with ourselves in the way we follow up and collaborate with our users. We are convinced that it is possible to offer a functionally complete application that is also simple and easy to use. This is one of the most complicated aspects of our business: keeping things simple.

Keeping things simple is one of the most complicated aspects of our job. And yet, we've noticed that no management application designed for architects has taken up their codes.


The architect's job is changing and becoming increasingly complex. Our vision is to enable our users to concentrate on the essentials of their profession: imagining and building.

Pluriell is an application developed by designers in collaboration with architects. We have therefore freed ourselves from current and classic codes to return to the basic principles of design, which we have applied to our sector. Our creativity allows us to see things differently, and combined with the knowledge of our users, we have a clear vision of Pluriell's future.

To develop a complete ecosystem to optimize all the administrative processes involved in running an architectural office.

To achieve this, we will continue to explore new ideas based on feedback from our users. Nevertheless, it's important to remember that we're not looking to revolutionize the way architectural offices are organized at any price, but to optimize existing processes. In doing so, it is essential to take into account the habits and context of our users.