"What is captivating in my job is the notion of transversality between scales."
The architecture is present everywhere from a simple sketch, going through the object to the building. Every being, every thing is structured, drawn. Coming from a professional curriculum, from the wood industry where I obtained a CAP of cabinetmaker and a professional Bac in wood production, I started my training by manual labor. It is a tool, a value, that I have kept in the pursuit of my studies. First in design where I was able to open my culture of object and architecture but also affirm and consolidate my affinity for drawing. Subsequently, in architecture school it was time to make my arms to keep this fine line between the work of the hand, the design, and the architecture. I have been able, despite teaching sometimes formatting, to keep this asset of “doing“ rather than “saying“ it. My studies in architecture were rich in encounters and professional experiences. I was able to work in several Bordeaux agencies such as More architecture, Tatare Lab, directed by Andréa Viglino, architect Italiano Switzerland, but also at Lacroust and Massicault during my year of project management (HMONP). I also worked in London in renowned agency Crabstudio Alias Gavin Robotham and Peter Cook internationally renowned architect, who sat his notoriety through the 60s thought movement Archigram. The sum of all these experiences helps to forge the vision of the architect and designer that I am today. My will for the future through my work is not to segment disciplines, thoughts, visions. Every skill, every person is a part of the project and they all have their importance. This is what I try to set up with two partners through the dimensions workshop, a workshop that wants to break free of boundaries and stereotypes in order to propose projects that are committed and concerned with the economic, sociological and environmental context in which They register.