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289 contributeurs
  1. A

    1. Yann Alary

      est designer graphique de formation. Après un master obtenu en 2013 à l’École supérieure d’art et design de Valence, il intègre le Post–diplôme design & recherche de l’École supérieure d’art et design de Saint-Étienne où il participe à l’élaboration de la revue de recherche en design Azimuts ainsi qu’au commissariat et au design graphique de l’exposition Tu nais, tuning, tu meurs. Les questions de publication et d’archivage de contenus liés au digital sont, depuis son diplôme, au centre de ses préoccupations et donnent lieu à diverses expérimentations dont le projet datArchive fait partie.
    2. Halah Al Juhaishi

      is a designer based in Paris. Graduated from a Master of Global Design Research and Innovation, Halah Al Juhaishi has always enjoyed working on projects integrating a spatial experience, creating a meeting between space and users. Her approach aims to experience the border between art and design.
    3. Charlotte Allard

      is an architect and thinks of architecture as a succession of hands stretched out towards parallel fields: illustration, crafts, writing, the landscape… Memory, along with its formal translations, is a subject with which she has been playing since her studies at École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris–Belleville, convinced that no formal answer may be thought up without compromising with the past. Each trip she takes is also an occasion for research, whether that be through drawing, writing or engagement.
    4. Léa Allary

    5. Pierre Antoine

      is a Paris based free-lance photographer. He teachs in École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles since 2007.
    6. Philippe Apeloig

      is a graphic designer and typographer. He studied at l’École Supérieure des Arts Appliqués Duperré and l’École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (Ensad). He worked as a graphic designer for the Musée d'Orsay and was a resident at Villa Medicis in Rome where he trained in drawing letters. He then created his own studio in Paris. He was artistic director of the Louvre Museum from 2003 to 2007, he works with many publishers and has signed many posters. He creates the signage system of Louvre Abu Dhabi in collaboration with Ateliers Jean Nouvel, as well as the logotype and visual identity of the Yves Saint Laurent museum in Marrakech. He draws typographic fonts that are distributed by the foundry Nouvelle Noire and was named Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in 2011.
    7. Archimakers

      is a polyvalent agency interested in architecture as an exercise in spatial politics. This small community intends to take part in the making of places designed for function, by developing a projective and inclusive working method that reveals the importance of the project process as a collective task. Architecture, writing, engineering, the fields cross paths around this theme of function that mobilizes the agency.
    8. Bruther Architectes

      is founded in 2007 by Stéphanie Bru and Alexandre Theriot, the work of Bruther Architects encompasses architecture, research, education, urbanism and landscape.
    9. 2:PM Architectures

      is the merging of three associate architects, three friends who graduated from different cities: Bordeaux, Paris and Rennes. 2:PM Architectures is the opposite of inertia, it is the movement, it is the sprawling animal, the being with several heads, it is attempts, instability situations, the refusal of any comfort zone, and the collective research. Acquire and dare. 2:PM Architectures is an attempt to persuade itself, to convince others, to materialize ideas, to know, to answer questions, to better know each other. It is a commitment to the use, drawing by projecting oneself in a user experience. This is practicing an architecture and urbanism of sensations, surprises, porosity and friction.
    10. Bérangère Armand

      is an independent commissioner and artistic director of Build Beyond by Knauf, a research and sponsorship programme that examines the boundaries between art and architecture. Founder of the agency We want art everywhere, she supports architects, big international groups, artists and cultural institutions in their definition and implementation of their cultural and artistic approach.
    11. Juliette Armanet

      is the revelation of the French music scene of the year 2017. Musician since her childhood, who went through journalism and the making of documentaries, has imposed since 2014 its look on the stage of French song.
    12. Ariane Arève Dreyfus

      is a landscaper DPLG (Government Diploma, Ed.). After studying literature in the preparatory classes for the Grandes Ecoles in Paris, her love for literature, philosophy and history perdured. She then turned towards landscaping by going to the École Nationale Supérieure de Paysage de Versailles where she developed projects primarily using photography and writing. Passionate about history and art history, she naturally based her landscaping practice and reflection around patrimonial issues.

    13. Guillaume Aubry

      is an architect, cofounder of the Paris based FREAKS architecture practice. He is also an artist, with a degree from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. As an artist-researcher on the doctoral programme Radian, he is currently researching the latent pyromania behind our collective - and guilty - love of sunsets.
    14. Benjamin Aubry

      is an architect and urban planner graduated from the national school of architecture of Versailles in 2011. He studied and worked in several agencies in Japan (SANA'A, Hideyuki Nakayama Architecture and Atelier Bow–Wow) and AUC in Paris between 2011 and 2016. Co–founder of the magazine RAD in Paris, he led the Kenchiku Architecture project, a French–Japanese Exchange giving rise to two publications and exhibitions. After 5 years of experience in urban planning at the AUC agency, he decided in early 2016 to set up the startup iudo. Persuaded that the new means of action go through entrepreneurship, he leads the team of iudo, winner of Faire 2017.

    15. Arnaud Aubry

      is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator based in Nantes. His graphic approach is playful and didactic, and he likes to explore the meaning and use of typography. His work as an illustrator regularly borrows visual vocabulary from user manuals and therefore tends towards having a more functional than decorative character.
  2. B

    1. Jérémie Bardet

      is the chief coordinator of the 2017 graphic design Biennale, and is also in charge of big cultural projects of the Signe in Chaumont. Art historian and not graphist, he has linked with design since 2012 when he was manager of the collections of Chaumont's city and in charge of the production of the design graphic festival of Chaumont. In 2014, he follows the construction of the Signe on the cultural projects part.

    2. Ronan Bardonneau

    3. Mathieu Bassée

      is graduated from ENSCI–Les Ateliers. After his studies, he worked as a designer for houses such as Hermès, Saint Louis or Sèvres. He is currently director of the Studio MTX (Haute Couture embroidery department Montex) which renews and expands the register of embroidery by moving it from garment to space.
    4. Yann Bastard

      is from a bumpy academic course in graphic design. He has been reproached one day for drawing “lil mickeys” and he understood that his practice was more the one of an illustrator. He works mainly in digital field, which is allows him to split up each component of the imagery in numerous geometric modules, in the style of like a construction game. When he decides to use traditional technics, his drawings look more like sketches made during a phone call.
    5. Léa Baudat

      is graduated from the École du Louvre in Paris. She has investigated throughout her academic career the relationships between Le Corbusier and the world of publishing, but more especially how he has made use of numerous ways to develop and disseminate his vision. Former editor and documentation manager at Dominique Perrault Architecture, she has also carried out a number of research projects for the department of regional conservation of historical monuments in Lorraine (north-eastern France) as well as for the Cité du design in Saint-Étienne (eastern central France) during the 2015 international Biennale.

    6. Maxime Baudoncq

    7. Ruedi Baur

      is a designer. After a graphic design schooling in Zurich, Ruedi Baur settle in the region of Lyon at the beginning of 1980s. He creates the BBV workshop in 1983, before co–founding, with Pippo Lionni and Philippe Delis interdisciplinary network Integral Concept in 1989, year from which he directs workshops Integral Ruedi Baur Zürich, Paris and Berlin. Simultaneously, he develops a presentation of design exhibitions activity. The Franco–Swiss Designer works mainly for large Parisian cultural institutions such as the Picasso Museum, the Louvre and especially the Centre Pompidou, which he redefines the signage system and identification system for its reopening in 2000. He gets closer to the environment of architecture and urban planning and intervenes more and more on issues related to the identification, the orientation, the stage design of institutions and political territories. From the 1990s, he teaches the interdisciplinary design in various schools : to the École nationale supérieure des Beaux–arts de Lyon, in Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst in Leipzig, in the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, in the Haute École d’art et de design de Genève, at the École des Arts décoratifs de Paris or still to the Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen.
    8. Antoine Beauvois

      is a graphic designer, graduated from Olivier de Serres school, he founded with friends the magazine/collective/micro–publishing house Flutiste, which takes on editing collective comics and hand–made books. On his spare time, he puts himself into writing and drawing illustration and comics. In 2017, he has been nominated as “Young talent” at the Angoulème International Comics Festival. He also practices screenprinting.
    9. Antoine Behaghel

      is a student at l'École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris after having studied at École Boulle and Duperré. He has already participated in a workshop formula for the festival We Love Green.
    10. Martin Bensahel

    11. Célia Berdy

    12. Camille Berger

      is a textile designer, graduated from ENSAV La Cambre (Brussels) in 2015. He has worked two years at Luigi Verga Tessitura, in Italy, as impression counsellor and fabrics development. In 2018, he was recruted by Guigou, a knitting mill based near Lyon, in France.

    13. Christelle Bertho

    14. Elisa Bertron

      is a designer and scenographer based in Paris. She joined School the Beaux– Arts in Lyon in 2014, where she studied installation art, while maintaining an inclination for theoretical studies and writing. Her projects, ranging from micro architecture, to exhibition scenography, to photography, tiptoe on the line between art and design. One central theme to her work is the exploration of the possibilities of movement within narration. Her thesis project explores the connections between design and film, finding inspiration in the language and the movements of cinema, which are used to create narrative spaces.

    15. Atelier Biagetti

      The work of architect//designer Alberto Biagetti and artist Laura Baldassari challenges the boundaries between disciplines. They draw their inspiration from the world around them, from human behaviour and contemporary society’s greatest obsessions. Their work aims to construct an immersive environment full of hints and clues in which the objects that inhabit the space become actors in a possible scene, questioning the space surrounding them and the habits related to it. The work of Atelier Biagetti includes installations, objects and performances.
    16. Atelier Bingo

      is a creative studio launched in 2013 by Adèle Favreau and Maxime Prou. The duo experiments and creates colourful and abstract visuals with different artistic techniques such as the screen printing, the papercutting and the engraving. Between personal projects and orders, Atelier Bingo's productions form an atypical universe, a colorful jungle.
    17. Atelier Bipoint

      is a pair of graphic designers, base in Toulouse (France). They design publishing projects, communication projects, sketchs projects as well as space design projects. They split their daily practice between orders and personal artistic practice and they try to link as most as possible these two practices. Their personal artistic practice often use rationalism’s codes and methods linked to professional orders, and they amplify them and redirect them with a dose of humor.
    18. bizarre bizarre

      is a Montreal-based studio founded by the designer and illustrator Maxime Francout. The studio mixes design and art to transcend their boundaries, developing an approach that is both fun and experimental.
    19. Melody Blond

      "Not even afraid" is her motto, a young 30-year-old illustrator based in Paris. It's after marketing and advertising studies that she realizes that it's not really her cup of tea. Or rather coffee, which she drinks in liters every day drawing in her corner. She turns to advertising, she will be assistant D.A at Leg for 1 year. She then turns to journalism, she will become editor of a music magazine for 2 years. Very beautiful era. But that is not enough for her, she decides to launch herself and make her leisure her job. She did her first exhibition at Sesame, on Canal Saint-Martin, then at Black Bird Tattoo, Batofar, Atelier Meraki for Balthazare Magazine and recently at Season and Valérie Delaunay Gallery or at TBWA. His drawings are always accompanied by a small sentence, a play on words and his favorite animal: the wolf. Melody likes Sempé as much as Jean Jullien and cites as much The Cure as Rihanna in his drawings. She will be named as the talent to be followed by Strategy magazine in 2016. She collaborates with My Little Paris, Frichti, R.A.D, Fricote, Black Gaazol, Ma Demoiselle Pierre, The Chocolate of the French, Microsoft, Seven Five, The Niçois and the festival Cabourg my Love. Humor, wit and spontaneity. Amen.
    20. Matthieu Blond

      is a french architect and performer based in Paris. He studied architecture at the superior national architecture school of Versailles (École nationale supérieur d’architecture de Versailles) alongside he studied dance and performance too at the SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance) in Austria, and at the SNDO (School for New Dance Development) in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He worked for several architecture agencies (as LIST) and performed for a few choreographers (as Marten Spangberg, La Ribot, Benoît Lachambre, Matej Kejzar). His own performances are questionning architecture through the body. He performed it in Bruxelles, Berlin, Amsterdam and Paris. He create Journal in 2018.
    21. Benoît Bodhuin

      is a graphic designer, typeface designer and teacher in Nantes. Having studied mathematics, design and then graphic design he decided to set up his own practice. His bold and experimental work is underpinned by a love of typography.

    22. Kiel Bonhomme

      is a writer and translator from New York City, living and working in Lyon, France. His work features with an artistic and international appeal. His approach is that of a global citizen who has an informed though surely incomplete understanding of the intersections between space, art, and life.
    23. Julien Borrel

      is an architect graduated from the École nationale supérieure d’architecture of Lyon. He continued his studies with a specialization degree and majored in architect and urban planner at the EAVT of Marne-la-Vallée. After a research thesis entitled Filiations & Cultures croisées as well as a trip to South-East Asia, he is interested in cultural transfer already happening and tries to observe the globalization effects on architecture.
    24. Arnaud Boscq

    25. Patrick Bouchain

      is an architect and set designer for the French firm Construire. Each of his projects yields experimental, interpretative results. His preferred techniques: trust, good handiwork, accentuating the personal uses of a given space, respecting budgets, thinking in motion, unraveling conflicts, and overcoming obstacles.
    26. Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec

      born in 1971 and 1976 respectively, have been working together since 1999. From industrial design to craft, from mass production to research, from objects to public space, their work stretches across multiple domains, and has gradually become part of the landscape of daily life.
    27. Laurent Boutin-Neveu

      is graduated from the National Superior School of Architecture of Lyon, and after having worked for Dominique Perrault’s agency, Laurent Boutin-Neveu co-founded the “Qui ne dit mot consent” (silence means consent) criticism architecture magazine. He now works within the collective Ciguë, which combines architecture and carpentry.

    28. Sara Bouzgarrou

      is an interior designer and a cultural events coordinator in Tunisia. She lives in Le Kram in the suburbs of Tunis. After studying medicine and pharmacy, she graduated from the Tunis Institute of Fine Arts. Having worked for many architecture and design firms, notably Made By Tinja, she subsequently headed to the Kamel Lazaar Foundation as a coordinating assistant then as a communications officer and advisor for the Tunisian pavilion at the Venice Biennale. She founded Le 5015, a shared space focused on the production and distribution of new printed matter about architecture and the graphic arts, gravitating around a cultural program.

    29. Pablo Bras

      is a product designer. He established his own studio in 2018 after studying at the Ecole Boulle and the ENSCI–Les Ateliers. His practice, nourished by anthropology and investigative research, is a process of projection and materialisation through design. For both commercial and individual clients, he designs and produces functional objects. In parallel, he is researching the possibilities offered by certain currents of emancipation particularly in relation to forms of energy autonomy. His recent research project « available networks » was shown in the 2018 Design Parade.

    30. Remy Briere

      est né en 1987, artiste et set designer, il vit et travaille à Paris. En parallèle d’une pratique artistique, il s’oriente vers le set design où la création de décors photographiques et de scénographies lui ouvre de nouvelles voies.
    31. Estelle Brosset

    32. Magali Brueder

      is graduated in graphic design communication from the École des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg. She works as graphic designer in Paris and creates several graphic design projects (posters, visual identity, publishing). She also does drawings on as personal practice. Landscapes representation is a recurrent theme in her work, a perpetual research of the emotion it brings.
    33. Bénédicte Brunet

    34. Building Paris

      is the name Benoît Santiard and Guillaume Grall have chosen to share their interest for constructed spaces in between two and three dimensions. A platform sensitive to architecture, to the way it is labelled, how it is mediatized but also how it is inhabitated, with a sense of the energy and levity of the live together.
    35. Mathieu Bujnowskyj

      est diplômé de l’École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Lyon, et poursuit aujourd’hui ses études à l’École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne. Passé par l’agence Herzog & De Meuron, il est également cofondateur de la revue critique d’architecture Qui ne dit mot consent, ainsi que de la plateforme photographique Digital Samizdat, en collaboration avec Louis Malachane.

    36. BXLMRS

      is an architecture and urbanism office composed of Lionel Bousquet and Antoine Chaudemanche, both graduates of INSA in Strasburg. They mainly carry out office and accommodation projects on the Brussels/Marseille axis, and regularly take part in international competitions. The bureau’s practice is based on a flow and network logic. After a stint in Marseille, it is currently based in Brussels and develops its activity along this north/south European axis.
    37. Mai Anne Bénédic

      is an art director and graphic designer specialized in publishing, brands, visual entities and creation of concepts. Mai Anne lives in Paris where she works as a freelancer as well as collaborating with agencies. Graduated from l'École professionnelle supérieure d’arts graphiques et d’architecture in 2012, she also studied human sciences, mathematics and economics (HEC preparatory class). Passionate about philosophy, she sees in her job a way to create meaning and links, which is why she founded the studio Somehow.
  3. C

    1. Olivier Cahez

      is an industrial designer and a teacher. After having founded and managed for sixteen years a global design agency in Nancy, he is now a senior in Design and communication for a digital investigation company. He also teaches for Higher Technical Certificate (BTS) of applied arts, design and space, philosophy, graphic culture, the history of modern and contemporary architecture and semiotics in the photography section of the Ecole de Condé, of which he is in charge. Finally, he participates in the Master of Marketing in innovation in engineering schools in France and Morocco. His research focuses on the cross and the porosity between the various disciplines of visual arts, applied arts and philosophy.

    2. Emmanuel Caille

      is an architect and architecture critic. Emmanuel Caille is also editor–in-chief of the magazine d’architectures (d’a), publicationof which he imagined and realized the new formula in 2002. From 2000 to 2009, he regularly worked on the Revue Parlée of the Centre Pompidou as a member of the “Équerre et le Compas”, the opinion column of the critics of architecture in the France Culture’s show entitled Métropolitains. Guest author in numerous works of architecture, he regularly leads public discussions in France and abroad in different institutions related to the diffusion of architectural cultures. From 2007 to 2012, he also taught in the national schools of architecture of Lille, Versailles and Paris–Belleville. In 2009, he has also been appointed as member of the Advisory Board of École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).
    3. Anne-Marie Calderini

    4. Rebecca Camaeti

    5. Jean-Luc Capitaine

    6. Céline Cassouret

      is an architect. After her childhood in the suburbs of Bordeaux (France), her attractiveness to the sun pushed her to explore the suburbs of Madrid and of Buenos Aires. Graduated after a “Research” thesis at the Architecture School of Nantes, she practices in the domains of urbanism, and in project management in Paris. Punctually she collaborates with the LAUA (Laboratory specialized in the socio-ethnographic approaches of the urban construction).

    7. Paul Castillo

    8. Centre Pompidou Bibliothèque Kandinsky

      is a documentation and research center for the National Museum of Modern Art — Industrial Design Center. It maintains and makes publicly available specialized archives and documentary collections compiled of twentieth and twenty—first century art. Mainly related to museum collections, their resources are accessible online and freely available for viewing in the library’s consultation room. Stéphanie Rivoire is head of the Collection Division and Assistant to the Head of Department, Karine Bomel is Head of the Architecture/Design Archives, and Aurélien Bernard is Head of Contemporary Print.
    9. Thibault Chalamet

      is graduated in architecture. He is interested in the visible – in buildings and in urban planning and in the relationship between the two. This is translated in his practice into an effort to reveal the essential features of urban development (energy networks, infrastructure) and address their architectural form. He questions the potential of the architect’s role in the search for these traces: land degradation, soil pollution, and in the possible architectural responses. Following an exchange at the Glasgow School of Art he has begun research into virtual space and its means of production.

    10. Kévin Charbonnier

    11. Pierre Charpin

      Since the early 90s artist, designer and set designer Pierre Charpin has primarily been designing furniture and objects. His training in fine art at the École des Beaux - Arts de Bourges in the early 80s has been a strong influence on his work and has informed his research into form, colour and the application of patterns onto objects. This approach manifests itself in the limited series of objects produced as much as in his collaborations with internationally recognised brands. His consistent use of simple, elementary forms goes hand in hand with his desire to create objects that establish a strong relationship with the space around them. Drawing is the foundation of his creative process, both as a design tool and as an end in itself.
    12. Alex Chevalier

      is an artist, a curator and an editor. Since 2012 the activities he leads had allowed him to show its researches in several artistic institutions, in France (le BBB, le Syndicat Potentiel, l'URDLA, Mains d'OEuvres…), in Belgium (Ravi, Liège), even in Detroit, Michigan. Through his editorial and curatorial practice, he had the opportunity to work on different projects with Olivier Mosset, David Horvitz, Charlie Jeffery, Marie Cantos, Élodie Seguin, among others. Since 2015, he publishes his writings and researches in dedicated magazines and websites as : Coopérative Curatoriale, Hippocampe, ou encore la revue Point Contemporain. Recently, he had curated two shows dedicated to books and artists editions, in the library section of Florence Loewy's gallery and at the Centre Des Livres d'Artistes.
    13. Becky Chipkin

      is an artist and curator from New York. She co-founded the Proletarian Printing Press and studied conservation at Courtauld.
    14. Manon Claire

    15. Isabelle Claret

    16. Marion Claret

    17. Collectif Blanc

      is a Montréal–based curatorial platform promoting new forms of local and international print publishing and design founded in 2014 by Catherine Métayer (curator and publisher) and Marie Tourigny (curator, artistic director, and graphic designer). With thematic one–off exhibits, publishing projects, and a daily blog, Collectif Blanc tries to discover and encounter new audiences, publishers, curators, graphic designers, and artists, both professional and up–and–coming.
    18. Julien Colombier

      Painter Julien Colombier was born in 1972. He creates graphic and colour rich work immersing the viewer in a universe teeming with geometric and botanical patterns. His work is often presented in the form of installation, somewhere between the obsessional and the decorative.
    19. École de Condé Paris

      is a school dedicated to design, illustration and animation and heritage.
    20. Léonore Conte

      is graduated from the École Estienne in Paris, from of the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan, and holder of an Applied Arts aggregation (the highest teaching diploma in France, Ed.) Léonore has worked for many design studios such as Manuel Raeder, deValence and Escabo. Her work focuses on the graphic language and its publishing formats. It is supplemented by various teaching projects carried out at the Estonian Academy of Arts, the ENS in Cachan and nowadays at the Université Paris VIII et at the Fonderie de l’Image. Since 2015, she has dedicated her time to a PhD project dealing with manifestos in graphic design, under the leadership of Catherine de Smet.

    21. Bertrand Courtot

    22. Oriane Couturier

    23. matali crasset

      is a trained industrial designer. Just like one of her emblematic creations, the “When Jim Comes to Paris” hospitality object, she adheres to a methodology all her own. She constantly questions the salience of the codes governing our daily lives, freeing herself of them to further experiment. She develops new typologies articulated around concepts like modularity, appropriation, flexibility, and networks. Her work, emerging from the 1990s as the rejection of pure form, is conceived as research in motion, which is largely built upon assumptions rather than seated in principles. She collaborates with eclectic worlds, from craftsmanship to electronic music, the textile industry to fair trade. Her achievements have also led her to unexpected experimentation in scenography and furniture, graphics and interior design.
    24. Thaly Crespin

      is an architect in Montreal. Holder of a master's degree in architecture, she aims at a multidisciplinary and socially engaged approach and wants to participate in democratizing architecture and improving the collective space, whether through research, writing or building the built environment.
    25. Eliza Culea Hong

      is doctor in architecture and develops an eclectic mix of activities around architecture. It can be emphasized in his practice her participation as curator at the Pompidou Center’s for Bernard Tschumi and Frank Gehry retrospectives. She teaches and she is the cofounder of the design studio Novum, and, she defended her PHD thesis entitled "Architectes en Guerre, Bruno Taut – Lebbeus Woods : science–fiction et architecture de la politique radicale."
    26. Romain Curnier

    27. Camille Célestin

      is an illustrator and a graphic designer. She is an art-worker and illustrator for some particular projects. In 2019, she creates a new studio : Bravo Camo.
  4. D

    1. Martin-Frédric Daigle

      is from Montreal. He is a student at the École nationale supérieure d'architecture Paris–Malaquais, and is passionate about art and architectural theory. His inquisitive and exploratory nature often leads him to vague grounds, such as the links between different arts, but also digital architecture. In his practice, he wants to produce ephemeral installations.

    2. Marie-Charlotte Dalin

      is an architect and urbanist in Paris. She has graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture of Lyon) and worked at the universitary research laboratory LIA and then at the LIN Architects Agency in Berlin. She now works with Julia Tournaire, with who she is mentioned at the Europan 12 contest for Paris, and she is lauréate of the EDF foundation's 2014 grant for young architects. She also works at the École d'Architecture de la Ville et des Territoires In Marne-la-Vallée.

    3. David Dangin

    4. Carole Daussin

    5. Pierre David

      is a landscape designer. He designs and projects the urban, peri-urban and rural areas of tomorrow. Through landscape analysis, building sites or artistic expression, he devises his practice as multidisciplinary and transversal, federating and prior to any development project.
    6. Romain David

      is an architect. After having studies cinema, he studied for six years at ENSAPLV, including one in exchange in Fukuoka in Japan. He graduated in July 2018 with the congratulations of the jury. In January 2019, his research “1995: OMA Born Again” won the Rémy Butler Foundation Award. Romain joins the Harmonic + Masson & Associés agency as a trainee in 2017. Upon completion of his studies, he returned to the agency in 2018 as a junior architect.
    7. Quentin Debenest

      is a visual artist graduated from l’École supérieure des Beaux-Arts d’Angers, and landscape designer-graduate from l'École Nationale Supérieure de paysage Versailles-Marseille. As a professionnal in town and country planning, he likes imagining possible futures and changing people look. Fiction and history help him to think about the landscape both as a concrete common good and as a subjective living environment for everyone. It seeks to communicate by tools adapted to each place and public concerned.

    8. Camille Debray

      is a freelance artistic director in Paris. Following his reception of the young talent award at the Angoulême Comic Book Festival in 2015, he went on to collaborate with the ready–to–wear brand IKKS. More recently, he has worked with the Circulation(s) festival and the Rencontres Photographiques du 10 e
    9. Zoé Defossez

      studied at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles. After an exchange at Oxford Brooks University she spent four years in London. At the AA School of Architecture she researched the history of architectural education. Now back in Paris, she works for fbcc architecture.

    10. Lucien de Gurbert

      is an independent ilustrator. In 2015 he joined the comic book publishing house Radio as Paper where he participated in the production of both collective and personal works. Feeling very concerned by the evolution of society, customs, and social settings, his work tends to build a singular vision of our world that is constantly torn between wealth and atrocity. The influence of traditional Japanese image construction, especially the “god vantage point” through axonometry, which is inhuman in essence, has led him to develop a perspective of human phenomena that is at once extremely detached but infinitely precise. Author of research on defensive installations and hostile furniture in today’s western urban spaces, his pictorial work often questions the ever–present traces of malice that our increasingly globalized society produces in its cities.
    11. Guillaume Delfesc

    12. Pascal Delhonte

    13. Jens Denissen

      is interested in land settlement at the metropolis scale and particularly in its peripheric territory’s understanding and representation. After his engagement in the association À travers Paris and an essay about periruban’s hiking trail named GR2013 near Marseille (France), he has founded a collective named Le Voyage Métropolitain. He graduated at Science Po Paris (political sciences) and followed a schooling at École nationale supérieure de paysage de Versailles. He collaborated with the HQAC Aubervilliers’s process then join the Basel’s IBA 2020.

    14. Constance de Revel

      is graduated from École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et de Paysage de Bordeaux and from the Institut Saint–Luc Tournai. She obtainedher diploma in graphic design at the Condé school in Bordeaux. Interested by disciplines that question space, she appreciates the magazine’s injunction to bring together different disciplines, which is an essential way of practicing her job today.

    15. Nicolas Deshais-Fernandez

      is an independent botanist and a landscaper DPLG (Government Certified). He graduated in 2012 from the Ecole nationale supérieure de l’architecture et du paysage (National School of Architecture and Landscape) of Bordeaux. He collaborates with Gilles Clément, the collective Coloco, the Tabaraïe association and the Botanical Garden of Bordeaux Bastide, while developing his own projects hybridizing the city and the plant, with an unconventional and organic look.In 2010, he created the Atelier NDF and produced projects of landscapes at different scales, from the urban study to the realization of private gardens.
    16. Catherine Dessus

    17. Chantal Dessus

    18. Michel Dessus

    19. Tiphanie Dhelens

    20. Séverine Dietrich

      is graduated in graphic design from École des Beaux–Arts de Lyon, she works at Palace Rouville, a collaborative workshop at the heart of Lyon’s artistic Pentes de la Croix–Rousse neighborhood. Since 2011, she works on communication and publishing projects and creates visual identities for the cultural, corporate and industrial sectors. In her work as independent designer and as teacher of graphic design courses, She focuses on the experimental facets needed for graphic and artistic creation. On canvas as well as on silkscreen prints, her color palette can be found in landscapes that oscillate between architectural concepts and visions of evolving scenery.
    21. Alexandre Dimos

      is a graphic designer and a publisher. He co-founded deValence graphic design studio in 2001 and B42 editions in 2008. He is the editor of Back Cover magazine.
    22. Mélanie Di Pietrantonio

    23. Sonia Di Pietrantonio

    24. Silvia Dore

      is graduated from École d'Architecture de Gènes. Just after, she joins the Design section for the architecture at the École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Grenoble. After an internship in Integral Ruedi Baur in Paris, she joins the École supérieure des Arts décoratifs de Strasbourg, which she graduated in 2012. She is co–directing, alongside Diane Boivin and Christelle Ménage, the graphic design studio Stereo–buro, with a specialization in graphic design in space. Alongside, she takes part in the Éphémère association, which aims, to promote new forms of visual and sound expression. She works also as artistic director and commissioner with students from the Haute École des arts du Rhin.
    25. Nicolas Dorval–Bory

      is graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris Val de Seine in 2007. His built projects include the P420 art gallery in Bologna, the Villa Bloch artist residence in Poitiers and a library in Onet-le-Château which was nominated for the Prix de la Première Oeuvre in 2014. Nicolas Dorval-Bory has been teaching architecture since 2011 at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles and was invited to run a workshop at the Porto Academy in 2019. In 2016 he was one of the winners of the national young architect awards – the Albums des Jeunes Architectes et Paysagistes (AJAP).
    26. Sophie Douala

      is interested in the idea of visually representing ideas and concepts. She creates graphical solutions for different types of media. It is important for her to reflect positive intentions in her work. Sophie is open to explore new themes and sensations, feelings and emotions through graphic language.

      is an office based in Basel and founded in 2008 by Yves Dreier and Eik Frenzel. The office practices in diverse fields at multiple scales: from the construction of a small house to an eco-district of 330 housing units in Geneva; from architectural criticism to photography; from teaching to making art. Oscar Gential joined the team in 2017.
    28. Jérémi Ducharme

    29. Guillaume Dumont Malet

      is an architect. Working on the fringes of architecture, Guillaume is interested in projects related to writing and publication. In 2017, he co–created the atypical art fanzine rab! sourcing work from students, architects, and artists for the editions titled Frowning Bodies and Carbohydrates. He is currently interested in the relationship between the body, games, and spaces.

    30. Nathalie Du Pasquier

      was born in Bordeaux in 1957. She has lived in Milan since 1979. Until 1986 she worked as a designer and was a founding mender of Memphis. She designed numerous ‘decorated surfaces’: textiles, carpets, plastic laminates, and some furniture and objects. In 1987 painting became her main activity.
    31. Nathalie Dupasquier

      is a freelancer graphic designer. Graduated from École Supérieure d’Art et de Design d’Amiens, specialized in Graphic Design, in 2015, her practice is mixed between orders linked to graphic design and personal projects made of illustration. She develops a multidisciplinary approach of the graphic design. She inserts a playful vision in all her project: by using graphic symbols and simple typographic signs, imagined in motion, which is allow to create an additional dimension to her creations, fixed or animated.
    32. Christelle Déri

    33. Döppel Studio

      is a studio of design, installations and graphic design. “Design is a sport of combat”, that could define in a few words the vision of the designers Jonathan Omar and Lionel Dinis-Salazar gathered under the name Döppel Studio, considering the confrontation of the ideas and the drawings like means to reach to a fair and effective project.
  5. E

    1. Samuel Eckert

      is an illustrator. Myopic from the age of 2½ years, he has a particular view of the world, trying to play as well with shapes and words. Besides his personal practice of drawing and painting ( from the mural to the skin through the paper ), he collaborates on various projects, from illustration to branding : Working for the press (Cosmopolitan, Konbini, Neon, Graou, Paulette, Les inrocks ) - clothing brands (Asos, Mamama Paris, Stanley and Stella, Good day club) - Living Spaces ( Aujourd'hui Demain, La galeria, Les pantins ) or Associations ( CRL10, La source, Cognac-Jay ).
    2. ExposerPublier

      is a collective made up of two artists-researchers – Léo Coquet and Caroline Sebilleau – and a graphic designer – Benoit Brient. They have been developing an experimental method of artistic research since 2014, within the fields of graphic design, publishing and curating. The notions of dialogue and collaboration, as well as the pooling and sharing of knowledge, form the foundation upon which the collective has been created. Each research situation set up by ExposerPublier is unique, the result of a specific encounter and working context. The answers that emerge are never preconceived, but the result of an active conversation, involving each element of the situation (environment, participants, materials, temporalities, etc.)
  6. F

    1. Fakepaper

      is a Parisian graphic design studio created in 2011 and led by Chloé Desvenain. It designs projects as well for small structures than global agencies. The studio juggles between professional and personnal projects in communication of all types – cultural, musical and institutional.
    2. Aurélien Farina

      is a graphic designer, artist and desktop publisher. In 2011, he has founded Paper! Tiger! after he studied at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques of Paris and the Haute Ecole d'Art et de Design in Genève. His work focuses on interactivity and on the game, using tools and simple processes, with the idea that any graphic creation is a "graphic object". According to this, his works are often based on a modular and evolutive approach, leaving a large place for the user whose role is as important as the designer's; Regarding typography, compositions, images or substances, design is not meant to impose strict and static forms but to propose a story, open and dynamic situations.
    3. Blandine Favier

    4. fbcc architecture

      is an architecture consulting agency founded in 2014 by the architects Malia Bennaceur and Hans-Michael Földeak. Based in Paris, they are specialized in public transport’s integration in the urban context, mainly in France and central Europe. The agency works closely with LIN (Finn Geisel) and Franklin Azzi Architecture on the Grand Paris Express’ transport stations. In the architecture and urbanism fields, f&b cc develops experimentals projects on different scales. They just won the first price for the Danube’s riversides competition in Bratislava.
    5. Alexis Feix

    6. Anne Ferrero

    7. Didier Fiúza Faustino

      is a French artist and architect. He addresses the relationship between the body and space. He has been practicing since 1995, making work that sits at the crossroads between art and architecture. His approach is multifaceted, ranging from installations to experimentation; from subversive visual art to multisensorial spaces, mobile architecture and buildings. After six years teaching Diploma Unit 2 at the AA School, and two years editing the French architecture and design magazine CREE, Didier Fiúza Faustino is currently working on his own projects, both architectural (in Mexico, Costa Rica, Belgium, Portugal, France) and artistic (installations and exhibitions in Vienna, Geneva, Lisbon and Los Angeles).
    8. Étienne Florentin

    9. Alexis Foiny

      is a student at l'École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris in product design. He is in training in the studio Constance Guisset, and returns from an Erasmus in India.
    10. Foxtrot Collective

      is a multidisciplinary collective associating urban research, sensitive representation and communication. Their name, stemming from the international maritime signal flag, means “I am disabled; communicate with me”. It reflects their interest in complex territorial situations and their desire to understand the different points of view they generate. Their artistic productions question, appropriate, revisit the places and the links between the players of the transformation. Foxtrot Collective consists of four members, specialized in photography/documentary, architecture/urbanism, illustration/art, and graphic design/publishing.
    11. Carla Frick-Cloupet

      is graduated from École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Saint–Etienne, in 2014. She has been working in Brussels for three years. She has also been doing the DPEA Recherche en architecture course at École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Paris La Villette in order to work on her thesis project. Interested by the writings of Robert Venturi, she is studying the semiotic links between Complexity and contradiction in Architecture and contemporary architects such as Bruther or De Vylder Vinck Taillieu.

  7. G

    1. Héloïse Gailing

    2. Laurie Gangarossa

      is an architect who graduated from the ENSA in Clermont–Ferrand, France, in June 2014, in the EVAN field. With literary training stemming from her khâgne and hypokhâgne in Lyon, she uses architecture to extend her interest in writing, research, and interdisciplinary works. Today, she is working on a thesis that explores the storytelling and the bridges between literature and architecture. As an architect based in Lyon, she combines her practice with writing and teaching activities at the EAV&T in Marne la Vallée.

    3. Clarisse Genton

      is an architecture doctoral student at the ACS laboratory, part of the VTT Graduate School at Université Paris–Est, under the leadership of Jac Fol. She received her state architect’s license from École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris–Malaquais in June 2016. Her research focuses on how architecture and urbanism have been used to serve geopolitical and military strategies in Jerusalem and in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.

    4. Lena Georges

    5. Mathieu Glissant

      is a PhD candidate and lecturer in Film Aesthetics at the Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Mathieu Glissant also writes and directs films (documentaries and fictions). For several years now, he has been conducting research on forms of obsession within cinema, with a particular interest in Hitchcock, Antonioni, Kubrick, and Paul Thomas Anderson. After two years teaching philosophy at a secondary school in the Paris suburbs, he spent several years in French Guiana developing a series of workshops offering initiations into the practice and theory of cinema, in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and the local authorities. The intertwined notions of obsession and creation are at the heart of his academic, pedagogic and cinematographic work.

    6. GOMARHT

      is an illustrator in Paris. She produces a lot of illustrations, collages, visual scenography etc. It often starts from a reaction to something, through writing, the will to tell a story, to create a new language. No matter what the storyline, the main thing is to have fun while always staying committed.
    7. Pedro Gonçalves

      is an architect. He is currently working on his History of architecture’s PhD’s thesis about the work of Pierre Patte, architect of the Age of Enlightenment, under co–supervision of Coimbra and Paris 1 Panthéon–Sorbonne universities. His research talk about the theory of architecture during the end of modern age.

    8. Raoul Granotier

      is a graphic designer with the collective “Le Combo”. He participates in work for the websites of on Renaissance iconography, and, which is dedicated to design and magic.
    9. Cécile Gray

      is an architect and stylist. In parallel with her work as an architect in Paris, Cécile learns fashion and style and makes her own clothes. In 2011, Cécile made the decision to redirect her career: it's the transition from architecture to fashion. In 2016, she decided to go back to school and started a Master Fashion Designer at the Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris. It is in this context that she makes her first collection "why do architects dress in black?", mirror of her identity as a designer and her personal history.
    10. Léo Grunstein

      is a graphic designer, graduated from ENSAV La Cambre (Brussels) in 2013. Since then, he has been working with Philippe Apeloig, to create visual identities, posters and editorial matters.
    11. Marie Guillard

      is an illustrator originally from Bordeaux and base in Paris now after her studies in Olivier de Serres in Paris and the Arts Décoratifs in Strasbourg. Her work takes an interest in everyday life’s stories and shapes: bodies and women, sometimes seated in front of a mirror, sometimes tangled in impossible positions, but always graceful. Daydream and introspection stand alongside the game and the absurd in compositions with various technics: painting, inking, pencil or vector drawing, her style is free and asserts itself through the full set.
    12. Julie Guillem

      is a French illustrator who lives and works in Paris. She studied illustration at l'École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris (ENSAD) and graphic design at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. She enjoys working with different mediums, printing techniques and colors. For Julie, illustration is a way to travel, to experiment and to discover new possibilities.
  8. H

    1. Edith Hallauer

      is graduated in applied arts with a doctorate in urban planning. She currently teaches at the National School of Industrial Design in Paris. Édith co–founded the critical design review platform as well as the publishing house Hyperville, which comments on cityscapes and the dynamics of collective living. She has also published several books in collaboration with Patrick Bouchain through Éditions Actes Sud.
    2. Cyrille Hanappe

    3. Thomas Havet

      is an architect and a curator. He studied at the Ecole Boulle and the Ecole d’Architecture de la ville et des territoires à Marne-la-Vallée. His practice investigates the diversity of scales, formats and contexts. In 2016 he founded Double Sejour, a curatorial project that explores the relationship between artworks and places.
    4. Sébastien Hayez

      is graduated from a Master degree in illustration, a DSAA in graphic design and a Master’s in the fields of teaching, education, and training. He worked as a graphic designer in an agency and then independently for fifteen years, and is now a certified arts teacher. He set up in 2008, a website that chronicles works linked to the history of graphic design and typography. He has been writing articles since 2011 for the magazines The Shelf Journal or Yellow Submarine on topics such as the first issues of graphic design magazines, the Swiss editor ABC Verlag, or even the questions linked to modernism in the field of graphic design.
    5. Simon Hermelin

    6. Samuel Hoppe

      has been a bookseller and a photographer for more than fifteen years. In early 2015, he opened VOLUME in Paris with Isabelle Leblanc. It is a bookstore focused on architecture, urban planning and landscape. As he considers that the work of the bookseller is a matter of choice and open-mindedness, he ensures to enrich VOLUME tables and bookshelves with books from very different backgrounds. Considering that size does not mean quality, he also designed "m²" (square metre), a cart-bookshop with a one square metre surface, clinging to a bicycle. Inspired by street ice-cream and hot dog vendors, the "m²" bookshop can go and meet people in all sorts of places.
    7. Julien Hourcade

      is a graphic designer and a photographer. He has been involved in the graphic and editorial design of books since 2005, more recently he has been collaborating with different architectural agencies (Bruther, Baukunst, Nadau Lavergne, TVK), between photography and publishing.
    8. Marlène Huissoud

      is a designer. Marlène Huissoud grew up in the French Alps, surrounded by nature. She inherited a love of insects from her beekeeper father. After studying at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Lyon and at Central Saint Martins in London, she started exploring the creative potential of materials produced by insects, focusing on propolis - a remarkable natural resin produced by bees, and the cocoons of silk worms.
    9. Véronique Huyghe

      is a professional photographer in charge of the photography studio at ENSCI – Les Ateliers.

    10. Yvan Hydar

      is a graphic designer / illustrator. He creates abstract and experimental visuals that invite the viewer to interpret what they see. His practice of exploring techniques, colors, and materials allows him to remain free from following a particular style. In as much, his work evolves across mediums.
  9. I

    1. Atelier Irradié

      is a multidisciplinary creation studio founded in 2016 by brothers Alain and Laurent Vonck. They bring visual and conceptual solutions in the fields of graphic design, art direction, and digital.
  10. J

    1. Adèle Jolivard

      is an illustrator. After studied landscapes at the École d’Architecture de Bordeaux, she explored books’ area at the Académie royale des Beaux–Arts de Bruxelles. Henceforth, she is building projects which combine illustration and tale, she draws, writes and leads workshops for kids.
    2. Franklin Jouanique

  11. K

    1. Yann Kebbi

      is graduated from École Estienne and École des Arts décoratifs in Paris. He works his drawing every day, among engraving, monotypes and color pencils. His first book, Américanin: un chien à New York, has been published by Michel Lagarde. He often collaborates with the press (Le Tigre, XXI, The New Yorker, The New York Times…) and is now working on a graphic novel with Viken Berberian.
    2. Thaïla Khampo

      is an illustrator from Montreal. He likes patterns, mystery, beautiful stories, naive art, caustic humor, complex details and images that tell stories.
    3. Valérie Knochel Abecassis

      is an art historian. She is currently at the head of La Maréchalerie, contemporary art center of the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture of Versailles, for which she was the forerunner of the artistic project in 2002. From 1988 to 2001, she worked structuring the arts school of Rueil–Malmaison and its contemporary art center.
  12. L

    1. L'ENCREUR

      is a graphic studio created in 2016 par Romain Pedeboscq. From editorial design to visual identity creation going threw abstract works, he likes to bring on every projects a plastic and artistic dimension. Handcraft, by using textures and creating typographies, takes an important place in his creative process.
    2. L'Œil du pigeon (aka. Patrice Rambaud)

      is an illustrator, formerly architect, he is a disciple of urban landscapes sketch, mainly at clear line. From walks to walks, he depicts the city with a discret eye thanks to architectural scene from the aerial scale to the one of the urban furniture and the one of the residents’ daily use of their territory.
    3. Alexandre Labasse

      is the General Manager of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal since 2012 and director of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal's Publishing, the first European municipal center dedicated to introduce and promote to the public architecture and urban planning of the metropolis.
    4. Christian Lacroix

      is a costume designer, illustrator and emblematic creator of haute couture. He created the non-conformist and extravagant Maison Lacroix in 1987. His contribution to fashion has gone down in history and he continues to surprise with his audacious choices of colours and prints.
    5. Lacô

      is graduated from applied arts at the Martinière Terreaux in Lyon, and inspired by fashion, set design, performance art, poetry and graphic design. Then, he enrolled at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture in Lyon with the aim of testing all possible artistic spatial practices. He has been researching gender for the past three years and has written a short story “Marie-Cloître or the prospective of de-genderification” which deals with the phenomenon of erasing the notion of gender within society.
    6. Manon La Forêt

    7. Marie Lafourcade

      is a graphic designer graduated from Superior School of Arts of the Pyrénées. She spent a few months at the graphic studio in the Arc en Rêve Architecture Center in 2015, discovering the Architectural domain for the first time. Recently, she moved to Dublin, where she continues her career as a graphic designer, and often devotes herself to writing.
    8. Yvon Lambert

      is a bookstore opened in 2001, Yvon Lambert and offering a wide selection of artist books, exhibition catalogues, limited and rare editions, DVDs, records, tshirts, art objects.
    9. Lisa Laubreaux

      is an illustrator born in 1987 in Marseille. When she turns 18, she moves to Paris and is graduated from l’École supérieure des Arts appliqués Duperré. After that, she moves to Berlin and founds the geoup Super Groupe with Pablo Grand Mourcel. The adventure at its end, she begins her solo career. She creates illustrations, installations and participative workshops from the artists workshop Fonta Fonta. Lisa works mostly with the pen or the brush before going back to her draws on the computer. She is also passionate of the different printing technics such as the engraving, the risography and the screen printing. Her falsely naïve universe is inspired by popular culture and everyday life.
    10. Emmanuelle Lauzier

      is an architect in Montreal. Holder of a master's degree in architecture, she aims at a multidisciplinary and socially engaged approach and wants to participate in democratizing architecture and improving the collective space, whether through research, writing or building the built environment.
    11. Learning from Detroit

      is primarily Quentin Mourier’s group of friends, killed at the Bataclan during the attacks of November 13th of 2015. Florian Bérenguer, Blandine Dupas, Hugo Lascoux, Emmanuel Leroy, David Malaud, Hélène Maupas, Taina Pichon and Matthieu Torres knew Quentin at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles and shared his dreams and his academic and professional projects. Talent developed today by everyone (research, architectural control, urban studies, entrepreneurship, experimentation, design, graphic design, music, video) represent the open-mindedness that characterized Quentin, as well as his commitment to a be a humanist architect engaged in society.
    12. Learning From Europa

      is a projet that aims at discovering and sharing practices in the fields of design and architecture in Europe. Johan Soubise and Maïlys Gangloff created this project in 2015 and travel around differetn countries to question professionnals in their own offices. The aime is not to talk about the final projet but of the whole creation process. Both space designers, they have known each other during their studies in Lyon and navigate between the fields of architecture and design. Their interest in small scale allows them to explore cross–sectional approaches and the porosity that exists between these design trades. Convinced Europhiles, they measure what Europe has brought to their generation for 25 years, as much as the distrust it faces today.
    13. David Leclerc

    14. Matthieu Leclerc Madgas

    15. Pauline Lefort

    16. Amélie Lehoux

      is a graphic designer and an illustrator. She is based in Montréal and she likes to have fun with materiality, typography and color. Her work flirts with abstraction and matches traditional and digital technics, flat shapes and lines. She likes to have the possibility to say a lot with a few.
    17. Cédric Leonard

    18. Laurent Lescop

      is an architect, doctor in science and teacher-researcher à the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Nantes, in the field of science and technique. He specializes in the issue of representation of atmosphere in projects. His teaching and research focus on narrative conception. He has also conceived the Naexus immersive panoramic disposal, in collaboration with the Hochschule (Bauhaus) of Dessau, declined in two versions for which he also creates content.
    19. Les Graphiquants

      is a graphic design studio founded in 2008 in Paris, based on the development of graphic, abstract, poetic, demanding, typographic, black and white signs, sometimes colorful, sensitive, always meaningful, built with a little mannerism. A fantasy taken seriously, delicately brutal and ornamental, combined with a rigorous methodology of work. Graphic design, character drawing, photography, video and digital production are as many universes and practices that the studio confronts and associates for its various partners.
    20. Cédric Libert

      Cédric Libert is an architect, a teacher and a critic. He lives between Brussels and Paris. Graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, he led the Anorak Agency (2005–2010) and then adopted an experimental and independent practice of architecture, through teaching, writing and curatorial projects. He contributed to the Monditalia exhibition at the 14th Biennale of architecture in Venice, with a research project entitled “152 Mediterranea”, developed in collaboration with the AUC and Thomas Raynaud. In December 2013, he organised “Detour” in Hong Kong, five temporary constructions set up in the heart of the public space. For the exhibition Auguste Perret : Huit chefs–d’oeuvre !/?, he coordinated a workshop at École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles and presented “À toutes fins utiles”, a critical rereading project of the work and conceptual heritage of Auguste Perret. Cédric Libert has taught at the Institut supérieur d’architecture Saint–Luc in Liège, at the Institut supérieur d’architecture de la communauté française La Cambre in Brussels, at the School of architecture of the Université Laval in Quebec City as a visiting professor and at the École Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris as an associate professor. He currently teaches at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles. He is also co-founder, along with Shumon Baras and Nicholas Cullinan, of the Thought Council of the Fondazione Prada in Milan.
    21. Librairie Centre Culturel Suisse

      is an institution located in the heart of the Marais in Paris and presenting a contemporary Swiss creation open to the world.
    22. Librairie VOLUME

      is a bookstore focused on architecture, urbanism and landscape
    23. Anne-Charlotte Lmt

    24. Gabrielle Loranger

    25. Lucas Lorigeon

      is a young French designer. After graduating with a BTS Design of Products from ESDMAA, he decided to join ENSCI – Les Ateliers in Paris in 2017.
    26. Paul Loubet

      is a french artist living between France and Spain. After graduated of École Saint–Luc Tournai in 2010, he went to live abroad for 5 years in Argentina. At the same time as his painter’s work, he works as illustrator. He has been published in Die Zeit, Biscoto, Article 11, Illustration Next, Clark magazine. As an artist, he has been exhibited in Argentina (Arteba), Brasil (galeria logo), France (P38), Belgium (galerie central), Hungary (art moment festival), and in Germany (slowboy Gallery).
    27. Thomas Louzoum (aka. Zoum)

      is a young art director and illustrator who works between the advertising field (BET C Paris Luxe), the music fiels (The Shoes, I AM) and the fashion field (he founded the brand Bandit Cat is association with Pauline Parent). He started his career as a free–lancer and learnt his job thanks to Didier Deroin (Tous des K agency) in Marseille. Today he works in Paris at BET C Luxe (advertising agency) and sometimes contribute as illustrator to Wad magazine, Paulette Magazine, Swiss typefaces, Bouygues Telecom as well as music events. He humanizes inanimate objects taking place in a tropical universe most part of the time, steeped in 90’s and skate’s cultures.

    28. Stéphanie Luna

  13. M

    1. Pica Magazine

      is a project developed by students to celebrate the vitality of the UQAM (Quebec University of Montreal) artistic community and to support multidisciplinary collaborations. The main goal is to promote the development of local talents on the international stage by publishing an annual magazine, organizing workshops and hosting lectures. Pica is a learning process where making a mistake becomes an attractive value and where the limits are pushed back.
    2. Maison N

      is a creative house founded in Paris by two specialized architects: Alexandre, architect-urbanist and Sanae, architect-artist. Sanae and Alexandre shared a Franco-Japanese cultural experience through their academic exchanges in the city of Kyoto. She is specialized in scenography, and he is specialized in town planning. Together they organize and create spaces for different events, and make disciplines and scales dancing between objects and landscapes.
    3. David Malaud

      is an architect graduated from l'École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles. After his diploma, he worked at the International Workshop for Grand Paris (AIGP), as project manager. In 2011, he started a PhD in architecture at the Paris–Saclay University, under the direction of Philippe Potié and Paolo Amaldi from the LéaV laboratory. His doctoral research entitled 'Architectus ludens: faire illusion. Situation, symbole, diagramme, carte'' deals with the role of play and game in architecture.

    4. Malo Malo

      is a graphic designer based in Berlin. His projects are varied and evoke many forms of expression such as print, typography, illustration, as well as various digital medias. Influenced by theater and a desire for cultural democratization, his work is most often rooted in the realm of the imaginary and the living arts.
    5. Vicky Marchand

    6. Victor Marqué

      graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles in 2017. He now shares a studio in Porto with two other artists – Atelier Santo Isidro, where he uses architectural drawing techniques to explore expressive geometry, on paper, canvas and ceramics.
    7. Anne-Marie Martin

    8. Mélodie Martin

    9. Thomas Martinec

      is from Thionville. Young graduated from La Cambre Horta in Brussels, he is very interested in everything related to the arts, and especially the first of them, according to the classification of Hegel architecture. "It seems that it is a craft that can travel. This is very nice effect is that this discipline is not confined in itself, but rather interested in everything that surrounds it. Just like me. In the disorder: travel, meetings, culture, architecture, culture, literature, arts, coffee..."

    10. Martinet & Texereau

      is a collective of two artists who graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure es Arts Décoratifs de Paris. Since 2008 they have been developing a common form of artistic expression using pencil drawing. Their work is a means of recording and attempts to create distance from insignificant objects that hold significant memories. They collaborate with several architects on the means of architectural representation, using their approach provide an alternative and valorising regard for different projects.
    11. Martinez Barat Lafore Architectes

      are graduated from the École nationale supérieure d’architecture Paris–Malaquais. Their work includes constructions, renovations, object design, research and publishing. They have collaborated with private clients and cultural institutions in France and abroad on projects of diverse scales.
    12. Fanette Mellier

      is a french graphic designer. She continued her studies in graphic design at l’École Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg, and graduated in 2000. Specialist in the so-called author's graphic design, in the sense that it fits both in the fields of artistic creation and communication, she responds to commands, often atypical, mainly in the cultural field. Specializing in print design, Fanette Mellier creates atypical works in the cultural field. Besides commissioned work, she invests herself in experimental projects in the frame of residencies and exhibitions. These specific experiments allow her to freely shuffle fundamental aspects of graphic design: typography, color, fabrication, and relation to public spaces...
    13. Giaime Meloni

      is a photographer and doctor of Architecture. He explores theoretically and in practice, how photos can be a sensitive tool in the reproduction of space. He is an associate member of the research team Architecture Milieu et Paysage and he is the funder of the media Atmospherique / Narratives.
    14. Carlo Menon

      is an architect and a researcher. He has developed a writing and research practice on the history and theory of architecture. His publications and conferences focus on the question of authorship and the status of representation in magazines, conflicting fields of representation that produce a collective result. He is currently undertaking a doctoral thesis on contemporary independent magazines at The Bartlett in London. He also teaches the project in Brussels at the Faculty of Architecture La Cambre Horta.
    15. Mathieu Mercuriali

      is an architect and urban planner. He holds a PhD in architecture, is a researcher at LIAT, and an assistant professor at the ENSA Paris Malaquais. He studies and works on large–scale projects that recalibrate the division between architecture and urban planning: the Canopée des Halles (Architects Patrick Berger and Jacques Anziutti), the conversion of the Montparnasse tower (the new AOM), and the Made in Pleyel urban project (OMA). His deep research into projects that are contingent on infrastructural obsolescence guides his professional actions, which respond to the evolving life cycles of urban megastructures.

    16. Théo Mesnil

    17. Baptiste Meyniel

      is graduated from the ENSCI–Les Ateliers, a branch of the École normale supérieure de Cachan. For his end–of–studies project, under the supervision of Pierre Charpin, he developed an empirical process by successively questioning the dynamic setting in motion of our gaze, the formatting implemented by tools, what materials imply on their designs, and what we project on to material. From this process, and in relation to movement and gesture, three propositions emerged: tools for design, free forms, and lamps. Today, he continues his research within the SACRe doctoral program at EnsadLab, articulating his reflection around the prolific, unique practice of the architect Ettore Sottsass (1917–2007).
    18. MLAV.LAND

      is a territory of research, exploration, investigation, and production on architecture. MLAV.LAND (Micro-Laboratory for Architecture and the City) is composed of of Maud Lévy, a state-certified architect, interior designer and designer, and Antoine Vercoutère, a state-certified architect.
    19. Isabelle Moisy Cobti

      has been for 8 years editor of étapes:. She previously studied art history, photography, anthropology of design and conducted research on design practices in urban space. After rich professional experiences in the world of art and culture, Isabelle is interested today in the processes of creation, from discourse to image, and the evolution of working models. She founded Bildung in 2016, in Paris, with Simon Descamps.
    20. Loïc Morin

    21. Valérie Moulin

    22. Maxime Mouysset

      is an illustrator and graphic designer graduated from École des Arts décoratifs de Strasbourg in graphic communication. He uses mainly illustration, video and animation in his projects. Passionated by sports, he likes to work watching or listening to a game. The credits of sport show like Stade 2, Tout le sport or Sport 6 are a huge inspiration, so much on the rythm than on the typography.
  14. N

    1. Charles Negre

      is a photographer who lives and works in Paris. In 2009, having obtained his degree at ECAL in Lausanne, he began working with magazines and brands in Switzerland. His work includes books, exhibitions, editorial stories and advertising, mainly focusing around the subject of still life.
    2. Richard Niessen

      is a utch graphic designer. He studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and graduated in 1996. Niessen lives and works in Amsterdam. Niessen is best known for his posters, his collaborations with artists like Jennifer Tee and Ad de Jong and the creation of identities for institutions like Cobra Museum, Tijdelijk Museum or organizations like Stimuleringsfonds and Rijksgebouwendienst. Besides to his commissioned work, Richard Niessen initiates his own projects, participates regularly in international exhibitions and gives workshops and masterclasses all over the world. His most iconic installations TM City (Chaumont, 2007) and Hermetic Compendium of Typographic Masonry (Le Havre. 2014) pursue their itineraries internationally. Richard Niessen collaborates regularly with Esther de Vries since 2007.
    3. Morgane Niviere

      is graduated with a master’s degree in Art Direction and a BTS in Space Design, Morgane Nivière is truly passionate about architecture and design. At the Fonderie de l'Image Campus, she completed her graphic design thesis on Free Culture in Urban Planning, with the directive help of Léonore Conte. Her written works address the relationship between architecture and graphic design within the cityscape. Her main inspirations are designers like Andrea Branzi, Atelier Formes Vives, and Yona Friedman. Employed as a creative designer for two years by an innovative services company, she has contributed to projects for organizations such as Grand Paris, the BNP, and La Poste. These projects led her to discover the digital world and the Internet of Things. In parallel, she co–organized meetups for discussing design in the face of current events.
    4. Alexandre Noceto

    5. Alexandre Noel

  15. O

    1. Ruth Oldham

      is an architect, an illustrator and a translator. She studied architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture. She now lives and works in Paris. She is interested in the fuzzy relationship between the natural and the man–made, and over the past decade has been researching man made mountains (from prehistoric burial sites to slag heaps and landfill sites), and the relationship we have with these mounds, set against our collective imaginative understanding of real mountain landscapes.

    2. Neyda Omar

    3. Yann Owens

      is an artist and printmaker specialised in engraving, Yann Owens is a graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs and of the Université Marc-Bloch in Strasbourg. His research into printed images has led him to explore the notions of imprint, contact and spacing in his artwork. His research interests focus on the issue of mixed practices as well as the question of the “residual” in printing. He has taught at the École Supérieure d’Art in Le Havre since 2007. He cofounded Franciscopolis Éditions en 2012.
  16. P

    1. Pierre P. Marchal

      is a Creative and Art Director at JPPM, which he founded in 2014. He works with famous fashion and design brands (Nina Ricci, Condé Nast…) and collaborates regularly with the Villa Noailles in Hyères.
    2. Lucie Palombi

      is graduated from l’École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles. With interests in writing, drawing, and publishing, she works in conjunction with several architecture firms to create articles, graphic pieces and editorial features. Her approach often reveals a pronounced attraction to the role of language in the conception and transmission of architectural projects. Most often, she presents her work in story and collage form. Her influences range from John Baldessari to Aldo Rossi, with special attentions given to Swiss artist Gianni Motti, art curator Guillaume Désanges, and the indispensable American architect/professor John Hejduk.
    3. Théophile’s Papers

      is a publisher, exhibition curator and art school lecturer. Since 2011 he has been developing a platform dedicated to books and young artists: Théophile's Papers. He has collaborated with artist-run spaces (Abilene, Rosa Brussels), art centers (Neon Lyon, Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen) and art galleries (Eric Mouchet, Florence Loewy Paris), proposing an integral approach to questions around the production of books. Since 2018 he has also been the initiator of the Moulin de la Croix residence, a work, experimentation and exhibition space dedicated to young artists, in Saint-Etienne-du-Grès, in Provence.
    4. Parasite 2.0

      is a design, research and architecture office founded in 2010 by Stefano Colombo, Eugenio Cosentino and Luca Marullo. Together, they study the status of human habitat acting in a hybrid of architecture, art and design.
    5. Jade Paris

    6. Peaks Architectes

      is an architectural agency founded in 2015 by Charles Aubertin, Camille Dupont, Samuel Jaubert de Beaujeu and Éva Maloisel. The office confronts its practice at different scales of project: landscape, equipment, housing, scenography, furniture - with the will to propose an ambiguous outline architecture, articulating autonomous forms and contextual objects, science of the detail and do-it-yourself. Peaks views each project as an open question about the practice of architecture, manipulating the conditions of its production, its formal vocabulary, its programming and its subject matter.
    7. Matthieu Pecqueux

    8. Marjorie Perli

    9. Lola Petit

      is graduted at the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris–Malaquais. In 2015, she is an editorial assistant for the magazine L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui and the head of the "architecture" section for Bizart Magazine. In 2013, she was also the head of section "Art and Creation" for Crumb Magazine and an editorial assistant in 2014 for Àvivre magazine.

    10. Mathieu Peyroulet Ghilini

      is graduated with honours from Ensci-Les Ateliers in 2012. Rooted in the history of design and architecture, his diploma project Sophistication investigated diverse interpretations of sophistication around a particular form and led to the proposition of four trestles. In 2017 Peyroulet Ghilini won a place on the Villa Kujoyama residency in Kyoto, with Laureline Galliot.
    11. Nathalie Pintus

      is a consultant and an art historian, and a lecturer at the University Lyon 2. She has worked on architecture and its representation in the framework of his Master in Visual Arts (Le Corbusier and photography. Relations between Le Corbusier and his photographer Lucien Hervé as well as The photographic representation of architecture in France in the second half of the nineteenth century). Her research on architectural space and its environment, graphic design and products design are now the subject of courses, workshops and conferences.

    12. poirierbailay

      is a product and textile design studio founded in 2018 by Pauline Bailay and Hugo Poirier, both graduates of École Boulle and ENSCI-Les Ateliers.
    13. Poivre

      is a graphic design research laboratory and interactive, based in Bordeaux. It has been founded in 2013 by Nicolas Delbourg (graphic and interactive designer) and Tristan Cordier (research and development), and closed in 2017. It is an uncertain path that covers and explores new fields of design (sign, space, object). It is a collective, polymorphous and experimental space that teaches, exchanges and hosts. It is a creative workshop that carefully cultivates a refined aesthetics, minimum and relevant, with a permanent search for balance between meaning and form. It is a gateway at the intersection of design and science, above the disciplinary walls, facing the art, architecture and urban planning.

    14. Arielle Polaillon

    15. Pierre Poux

      is a young illustrator born and bred in Paris. His drawings, mostly made with graphite and sometimes enhanced by a colorful touch, depict an imagination that pairs surrealism with classic statuary. His meticulous, detail-oriented compositions invite the spectator to let their gaze wander through their intertwining forms.
    16. Joanne Pouzenc

      is a French architect and urban explorer who found an urban refuge in Berlin. She tries to escape from her beloved architectural fate by diversifying her centers of interests and offering her views on the contemporary urban conditions via designing, curating, writing, photographing and living.
    17. is an itinerant silkscreen shop. It was Oschon's bet when he bought the old Renault van - ice truck. With a completely redecorated and custom-made interior, the Print Van Paris goes on tour, roams the streets of the capital to offer the public to become familiar with screen printing by printing their own t-shirts, posters or tote bags. Throughout his travels, the Print Van invites the public to come and invest, to discover this unique printing technique and to get involved in the creation. Concerning patterns, visitors are spoiled for choice: many artists, illustrators and graphic designers participate in the operation, and take turns to co-animate the Van.
    18. Leslie Prudhomme

    19. Martial Prudhomme

    20. Clémence Prévost

      is an archtiect graduated since 2016. She trained at ENSAP Bordeaux and at the Technische Universität München. In 2014, as part of a seminar on housing emergency, she wrote the article “Co-housing, an answer to the governmental disempowerment?” who introduces his research paper “Co-housing in the city: towards a form of urban citizenship?” and his end-of-study project Co-living in Belcier, adaptation or resistance. Her taste for the right word, her sense of observation and analysis, lead her to produce various works of research or storytelling. They translate his gaze on the space of the city, the space of the home, the space inside. They are the subject of self-publishing projects gathered under the sign a step aside.
  17. Q

    1. Véronique Quiblier

  18. R

    1. Clément Rabourdin

      is an architect. After graduating in Haute Normandie, Clément joined the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and l’École d’Architecture de Marne la Vallée where he learned civil engineering and architecture. After a gap year in Moscow, he graduated as an architect in 2007, and started his career as a structural engineer before joining A + Architecture in 2010 as a project manager. Architectural design and transmission are two passions that Clément cultivates in an agency as well as in architecture schools for which he takes part in the teaching of construction techniques.
    2. Philippe Rahm

      is a swiss architect who graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in 1993 and whose firm, Philippe Rahm Architectes, was established in Paris in 2008. His work, which bridges the field of architecture with the physiological and the meteorological, has gained an international attention within the context of sustainable development. In 2011, he became laureate, alongside Catherine Mosbach & Ricky Liu, of the international competition for the Taichung Jade Eco Park, a 70–hectare urban park in Taiwan with buildings currently under construction. In 2017 he also won the competition for the planning of the Agora of La Maison de la Radio (Radio France) in Paris. He taught at some architectural schools and has been a guest at many architectural biennals. Today, he teaches at the National School of Architecture in Versailles.
    3. Mélanie Rapin

    4. Aurélien Ratel

    5. Romain Ratel

    6. Gabrielle Renault

      After graduation in 2014 at the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Versailles and a Master's degree at the Faculty of Planning of the University of Montreal, Gabrielle worked for several years as an architect in several Parisian agencies, approaching different phases of studies of the competition at the DCE, both on private operations (individual and collective housing) and public (Reinventing Paris, Conservatory of Music and Dance, Courthouse, School Group, Sports Center ...).

    7. Julienne Richard

      is a graphic designer, specialized in visual language and publishing.
    8. Samy Rio

      is a practicing industrial designer. He studied cabinetmaking before turning toward industrial design. In October 2014, he graduated from Ensci–Les Ateliers having successfully completed research on the use of bamboo tubes for industrial applications. In July 2015, this same project won him first prize at the villa Noailles for Design Parade 10. Upon receiving the award, he was invited to be an artist–in–residence at the International Center for Research on Glass and Visual Arts (CIRVA) in Marseille and at the Cité de la Céramique in Sèvres. He has also begun collaborating with the kreo gallery. With each stint in residency and each new project, he continues to experiment with different materials. The process allows him to further explore the links between secular craftsmanship and modern industry, the traditional methods and new tools that constantly challenge the meaning of objects themselves.
    9. Carmelo Rodríguez

      is graduated with a PhD in architecture obtained from ETSAM. He is also co-founder of PKMN Architectures and ENORME studio based in Madrid, Spain. This year, he designed a fake mountain–shaped portable office in Madrid and transformed an ordinary bus into a mobile educational hub for Manifesta 12 in Palermo.
    10. Élodie Roland

    11. Amandine Romanet

      is an architect and tries to shape wandering into a method, memory as a reminder’s shelf, reading as a recording tool, curiosity as a leader. She improves herself thanks to new ways of design, thanks to a place’s and substance’s architecture. Travel and brief collaborations develop her necessary feeling to keep conception and research linked together.
    12. Carlos Romo

      Besides his academic studies in architecture, his work focuses on the integration of visual elements to find links between visual disciplines and the indirect translations of their propper tools. He understands complexity as an overlap of several layers of information. His research is centered in understanding between–the–lines occupations and defining a mutable professional profile. Spanish born, Chilean adopted, currently living in Santiago, Chile. At the moment works as creative director in Cuarto: Architecture Playground magazine and co–director of independent publisher Pupa press.
    13. Bertrand Rougier

      is an architect. Through the production of publications, exhibition design, installation design and architectural practice, Bertrand examines the contribution of vernacular and technical interventions to contemporary architecture. These interests are evident in his Key Point (2015-2016) and Fishing Cabin (2016-2019) exhibits. He published the results of his research at the House of Architecture of Quebec, the School of Architecture of Laval University and in the magazine PLAT. He is currently a designer at Atelier Pierre Thibault.

    14. Clémentine Rougier

    15. Victoria Roussel

      is an illustrator with an obsession for the cosmos, mountain ranges, and games of proportion. She expresses her creativity across multiple mediums ranging from video game installations to frescos, posters to textiles. After collaborating with La Gaité Lyrique, the CNRS, and Android, she now explores newplays on matter for the review Pli.
    16. Colombine Ruiz

  19. S

    1. François Sabourin

      is adjunct professor at McGill University and a recent graduate of the School of Architecture at Princeton University. He has published in the magazines Pidgin, PLAT, and ACADIA and his research has been exhibited at Istanbul Biennial (2016), Université de Montréal (2016), and Université Laval (2015). Currently a designer at Pelletier de Fontenay, he previously contributed to the SO-IL and Atelier TAG agencies.
    2. Florian Saint-Aimé

      is studying textile innovation in ENSAAMA Oliver de Serres’ school in Paris. He really wants to be involved in a multidisciplinary field in terms of work even if he is specialized in textile innovation. His freedom allows him to share his fascination for huge and usual social phenomena and show his appeal for gigantism. His work is about the role played by architecture overcoming its simple form to bring out sense. He is studying architecture’s strength and ability to gather and connect people in collective thinking when people look at architecture. He deals with architecture through its graphic dimension and also through textile sensitivity.

    3. Amélie Scheepers

    4. Frederic Schnee

      is graduated from the RWTH Technical University in Aix–la–Chapelle, France. He is currently a professor and doctorate candidate at the Institute of Architecture, Construction, and Theory with the Technical University in Cologne. He has worked for BeL in Cologne, the C—LAB at Columbia University in New York, INABA Inc. in New York, and OBRA Architects in Beijing. He has also published articles in the architectural newspapers VOLUME, ARPA, and Thresholds.
    5. Alice Seban

      is graduated from the École d’architecture de Paris-Malaquais. After having explored the city of Cergy–Pontoise for her end of studies'project, Alice follows her experience by working on architectural and urban projects in architecture agencies and develops a taste for mediation and territorial animation in rural places.

    6. Joseph Simony

    7. Delfino Sisto Legnagni

      After graduating in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, he started working as an assistant for Ramak Fazel and as a freelance photographer for major independent and institutional magazines and newspapers. In 2015 he established DSL Studio, which collaborates with architectural firms, artists, institutions and brands including OMA, LVMH or Aires Mateus Arquitecto.
    8. Isabelle Soltysiak

    9. Erwin Souveton

      is a state-certified architect. Originally from Auvergne, he now lives and works in Paris.
    10. Spassky Fischer

      is a graphic design office founded in 2014 by Thomas Petitjean, Hugo Anglade and Antoine Stevenot. Manon Bruet joined the team in 2016 followed by Marion Bothorel in 2018 as a studio manager.
    11. Rémi Stamegna

    12. Studio Fables

      is an independent graphic and digital design studio founded in Paris by Majan Dutertre, Paul Schaedelin and Laurent Tacco. The studio designs visual identities, books, posters, websites, animations and interactive installations that speak to both heart and mind. They develop each project as a new story to tell with the will to design meaningful visuals and unique experiences.
    13. Studio Les Canailles

      is the encounter of an artist and a graphic designer and the fruit of a love story with Argentina. The studio, born in Buenos Aires from Diane Marissal’s literary and artistic influences and Jérémie Leblanc's visual and graphic culture, produces now in France more beautiful “objects” . Whether stop motion movies, silkscreen prints, collage posters no matter the medium: it’s the same workshop spirit, so dear to them, that they share, ignoring frontiers, to projects in advertising, publishing, derivative objects.
    14. studio satël

      is a studio founded in 2016 by Axel Mert and Laure Berthet. Product design and graphic design meet to engage in reflections on social, spatial or educational topics. The studio strives to make design accessible and curious by making singular choices to move away from current standards.
    15. Super Terrain

      is a collective made of graphic designers created in 2014 by Quentin Bodin, Luc de Fouquet and Lucas Meyer. Their work is essentially related to cultural, artistic, community and educational fields. Through several graphic work orders and personal projects, Super Terrain explores many questions linked to editorial forms and to printed object. They are attached to work on every steps in their projects, questioning the context of the intervention, the content output, printed and making processes, as well as spread tools.
    16. Surface studio

      is a multidisciplinary graphic design studio founded in 2016 by Jane Secret and Nicolas Millot. The complementarity of their skills allows them to invest multiple fields: artistic direction, illustration, typeface design, scenography, editorial design and web. They consider graphic design as a playground communicate messages through images, but also as a way to interrogate media. The choice of materials, inks, folds - for printed media - the reflection around ergonomics, the user experience with regard to digital media are all fields of graphical and plastic investigation vectors of meaning. This point of view allows them to bring out new graphic forms and to arouse the curiosity of the public.
    17. Jack Swanson

      is an architect. He studied architecture at the RCA and appeared in the Wallpaper Magazine alumni directory in 2019. He works for Adam Khan Architects.
    18. Lydie Swiat Vivier

    19. Sophie Szpirglas

  20. T

    1. Ludovic Tallon

    2. Cigdem Talu

      is an architect and researcher based in Montréal, with B.Arch and M.Arch degrees from Politecnico di Milano. She is currently completing a Post-Professional degree in History and Theory of Architecture at McGill University. She wrote her master’s thesis on Detroit and is currently working on desire, corporeality and the concept of carnivalesque in public space.
    3. Charlotte Tampereau

    4. André Tavares

      is a doctor in architecture and has been managing Dafne Editora since 2006, exploring the world of publishing as a form of culture and architectural practice. He holds a PhD from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto, Portugal, where he finished his thesis in 2009 on the presence of reinforced concrete in project strategies at the start of the 20th century. He has published many books on the international movement of architectural knowledge of Portuguese architects. His latest book, The Anatomy of the Architectural Book (Lars Müller/CCA, 2016) explores the relationship between book culture and the architectural practice. In French, he has published Siclis: étoile filante (B2, 2016). He is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute of Theory and History at the Swiss Federal Institute Of Technology in Zurich.
    5. Marie Tesson

      is an architect. Interested in surrealism, deconstructionism and dada movement, she develops a written and surreal, spatial and philosophic approach. Curious about experimentation, she nourishes her work with explorations, layers, collages, and wishes to question the limits of the intelligible and the thought. The questions of form, composition, rhythm and balance are regulated by the game: the interaction becomes a project.

    6. Audrey Touchette

      is graduated from Université de Montréal and currently works in the architectural practice. After her diploma, she continued her formation in Landscape and Territorial Studies at The Oslo School of Architecture (2015). While taking part to several research and exploitation territory's mapping studios, she takes interest in this hybrid condition at the crossroad of the disciplinary fields of the industrial, the urbanism and the landscape.
    7. Julia Tournaire

      is an architect and urbanist in Paris. She has graduated from École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture of Lyon and worked at the Berlage Instituut in Rotterdam, at the DOGMA agency in Brussels, and then at the AUC in Paris. With Marie-Charlotte Dalin, with who she is mentioned at the Europan 12 contest for Paris, ashe is lauréate of the EDF foundation's 2014 grant for young architects. in 2017, she becomes president and director of Institut Palmyre in Paris.
    8. Twice

      is a studio founded in 2011 by Fanny Le Bras and Clémentine Berry. They meet during their studies at the ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres and both continuing at l’École des Arts décoratifs de Paris. In their studio, they pursue their skills in various fields like music, fashion, art and events. Among their clients are the Villa Noailles, Léa Peckre, the LVMH group, Hermès, Fast Retailing, the Maison Lejaby, Tod’s, the Cneai, the Centre national des arts plastiques, the Maison de l’Amérique latin, the Nuits Sonores, Baleapop, We Love Art, EMI Music, Barclay, Sony Music, Universal Music, the Trabendo and many more…
  21. V

    1. Robert Van Altena

      Robert van Altena (born in 1969 in the Netherlands) produces cultural radio programmes and is an art critic. He is at the moment writing a book on the work of the painter Steven Aalders and another one with the abstract photographer Paul Kooiker.

    2. Mathilde Van Steenkiste

      is graduated from the École d’architecture de Paris-Malaquais. After having explored the city of Cergy–Pontoise for her end of studies'project, Mathilde develops an architect experience in a spanish architecture agency focused on shopping centers and then, in an urban research laboratory, she continued exploring different architectural fields by taking part to contests.

    3. Solène Veysseyre

    4. Furik Vignaud

    5. Marie Villat

    6. Gabriel Vuillemin

  22. W

    1. Adam W. Pugliese

      is an architect. Interested in surrealism, deconstructionism and dada movement, she develops a written and surreal, spatial and philosophic approach. Curious about experimentation, she nourishes her work with explorations, layers, collages, and wishes to question the limits of the intelligible and the thought. The questions of form, composition, rhythm and balance are regulated by the game: the interaction becomes a project.
    2. Adrien Weben

    3. Morgane Weben

    4. Oschon Wespi-Tschopp

    5. Ruohong Wu

      is working as artist, architect and publisher. She is originally educated as architect at Architectural Association London. Since 2012 she starts to practice parallelly as artist. Her current artistic work often deals with the topic called “cultural gap”, which focuses on the sudden jump from sophisticated classic craftsmanship into mass-produced duplicates so-called “made in China”. She attempts to provide another aspect to treat the relationship between industrial and craft methods, not as contradictions, but possibilities to transfer cultural conflict into new aesthetic values. Her major work is in the form of porcelain and textile. Her work has been exhibited internationally such as Somerset House London(2018), Milan design week (2015–2017), Antwerp art weekends (2016–2017), Madrid city hall(2016–2017), JustMad art fair Madrid (2015), and widely published in New York Times, El Croquis (CN edition), Milk, Cover magazine. Etc She has been teaching and lecturing at Architectural Association School London, Shanghai JiaoTong University, China Academy of Art, Universidad Europea de Madrid and IED Istituto Europeo di Design Madrid.
  23. Y

    1. Lydia Yubero

  24. Z

    1. Mirko Zardini

      is a curator and architect, and the Director of the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) since 2005. His research engages the transformation of contemporary architecture and its relationship with the city and the environment by questioning the assumptions on which architects operate today.
    2. Giulio Zucchini

      is graduated with a degree in Languages and East Asian Legal & Economic Institutions from Ca’ Foscari University in Venice and continues his studies at the Journalists Training Center (CFJ) in Paris. He has worked for the Japanese television station NNN (Paris), at, and He writes regularly for the Italian and French press (Usbek & Rica, WIRED, IlSole24Ore, VICE).