born 1974 in Lyon, France. She is a French architect with an office in Paris and teaches at the National School of Architecture in Versailles. Centered on uses, her architecture makes “living together” a project lever from which the landscape, the city, and the architecture can take shape. More than an objective, this community of use becomes the condition for an ecology of human relationships.
She approaches the different scales of the city with the intuition that the project is not an end in itself, but rather the beginning of a history, to come and necessarily plural. This is evidenced by each project developed at the agency, including her last two projects, Unité(s) and Séjours-Cathédrales, both nominated for the Mies Van der Rohe 2022 award.