The exhibition at the VI PER gallery opens a post-anthropocene space and challenges the belief that matter and intelligence should be dissociated, regarding flora as more than a mere commodity.
The proposal for the Moselle’s bank transforms a 2.3 ha infrastructure into a public space, revealing the potential of the site to become a public amenity between river and historical town.
Dreieck Klybeck is a 2 ha pilot project to create an innovative and inclusive neighbourhood in the heart of a multi-faceted transformation field.
This installation realised during the festival “Jardins du monde en mouvement” displays a cabinet of curiosities favouring a non-compliant aesthetic.
The Klingental renovation and the relocation of the exhibition space to the church choir provides the opportunity to reinforce its relationship to outdoor.
Queerness in nature can be found everywhere. This ongoing investigation explores the little known, disregarded, and rare intimate behaviour of nature.
Park Grünfels emphasizes the site’s main features: its horticultural heritage, the quality of the open space, and its relation to the villa, in order to create a context favourable to diversified biotopes as well as urban uses.
Köpenick is a project for a private garden on an elongated 1.000 m2 plot of land located east of Berlin.
The proposal sought to explore the resilience of the Parisian “Fermiers Généraux” infrastructure by creating a network of inclusive, sustainable, and dynamic public spaces.
This public space project draws inspiration from both Le Locle strict urban pattern and its enveloping topography in order to reveal these singularities of place.
The Punctuation Gardens are three roof terraces proposed for the university library of Belval in Luxembourg.