faire monde(s)


with co/META
Espace Van Gogh, Arles
06.10 - 24.10.21

Set design & installation for the Faire Monde(s) exhibition as part of the Octobre Numérique festival in Arles, with co/META.

Featuring artworks by Giulia Essyad, Joey Holder, The Institute of Queer Ecology, Most Dismal Swamp, Rindon Johnson, Keiken, Omsk Social Club, Marija Avramovic & Sam Twidale (Xenoangel).

Exhibition curation by Fabbula & Klima.

les ailleurs

VR festival

with co/META & Flore Fockedey
Gaîté Lyrique, Paris
19.05 – 18.07.21

Set design & installation for the VR festival Les Ailleurs at Gaîté Lyrique in Paris, with co/META & Flore Fockedey

Featuring artworks by Eric Chahi, Lauren Moffatt, Ferdinand Devrieux, Pierre Zandrowicz, Qiu Yang, Bettina Katja Lange & Uwe Brunner & Joan Soler-Adillon, Laurie Anderson & Hsin-Chien Huan, Robin Arnott, Mélodie Mousset & Eduardo Fouilloux, Randall Okita, Antoine Bertin

Festival curation by Fabbula & Fisheye.

© Lucas Hauchard

© Lucas Hauchard

© Lucas Hauchard

© Lucas Hauchard

© Lucas Hauchard

© Romain Rampillon



with co/META
Couvent Saint-Cézaire, Arles
04.07 - 20.08.2021

Set design & installation for the Incarnations exhibition at the Rencontres de la Photographie 2021 in Arles, with co/META.  

Featuring artworks by Dimitri Daniloff, Pierre Zandrowicz, Chrystal Cherniwchan & Dimitri Daniloff, Lauren Moffatt, Martina Menegon, Gourau et Phong (Benjamin Roulet and François Bellabas) with Lionel Vivier, Ittah Yoda, Simon Lehner.

Exhibition curation by Fabbula & Fisheye.


equipments and housings

Studio Muoto, Paris

Design, modeling & visualization for Studio Muoto, an architectural office based in Paris :

︎︎︎ Das Neue Silo - Zurich, CH - Park pavilion - Design competition
︎︎︎ Campus Grand Parc - Villejuif, FR - Office building - Preliminary design
︎︎︎ Magasin4 - Brussels, BE - Concert venue - Design competition
︎︎︎ Laborneubau Haus 6 - Basel, CH - Laboratories - Design competition
︎︎︎ ZAC Coeur de Carnolès - Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, FR - Housing units - Design competition
︎︎︎ Les Groues T1, Nanterre, FR - Housing unit - Design development
︎︎︎ Mühlematt - Belp, CH - School complex - Design competition
︎︎︎ Tour Sportive - Brussels, BE - Sports complex - Design competition
︎︎︎ De Nieuwe Stad - Amersfoort, NL - Housing units - Preliminary design
︎︎︎ The Path - Lucerne, CH - Memorial - Design competition

© Artefactory


landscape study

with Paul Garcias
Eaucéa / CD Tarn, Albi

The Bancalié reservoir is an 86-hectare artificial lake created by a dam in 1974 between Albi and Castres in the Tarn department. So far, it has been mainly used for low-water level management, and as a strategic stock for potable water production. With increased uncertainty about water replenishment in the area due to rising temperatures, the Tarn department council considered a major reorganization of its water management scheme, exploring different scenarios and new use cases for the retaining reservoir - led by the engineering and consultancy firm Eaucéa, which is specialized in water management and environmental studies. As a part of this study, we were asked to analyze and evaluate how to enhance the touristic function of the lake at a departmental and regional scale, and how the different scenarios would impact its landscape and touristic development.

The reservoir is a popular place in the area for leisure and outdoor activities. Throughout the year runners, cyclists, hikers, fishermen and families appreciate the body of water and its buccolic setting, especially in the summer when temperatures reach record highs. However, the lack of infrastructures and equipments lead many cars and people to access the banks in an uncontrolled manner, spreading all around the lake and therefore endangering the long-term survival of its fragile local ecosystem, from water pollution to loitering.

Our report seeked to propose a global approach for land use planning and infrastructure development that would highlight the existing qualities of the Bancalié reservoir, improving its users experience while reducing their environmental impact, and simplifying its management by local actors. The first part of the report is a thorough diagnosis of the existing tourism practices at the regional scale, as well as the recreative practices and habits of the reservoir users, completed by a more sensitive approach which unveils the remarkable aspects of the landscape and its surroundings. While considering the different scenarios and use cases, as well as the high variation of water levels - sometimes up to 10 meters, the second part develops strategies and accomodation propositions that would reinforce the water body attractivity and the protection of its ecosystem, ranging from the transformation of existing parking spots to the creation of new pavilions and equipments.