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a space is the materialisation of an idea.
colour and material come to illuminate its message.

philosophy

it is scientifically proven that the subconscious mind perceives its environment in a much more subtle and persistent way than the intellectual and rational approach. this implies the use of specific processes for each project to design places that are harmonious and in line with its public.

the analyses and proposed developments create a connection between the spaces and their activities by combining their functional and aesthetic qualities with the needs and well-being of the users. it is about placing our focus around people once again.

philosophy

it is scientifically proven that the subconscious mind perceives its environment in a much more subtle and persistent way than the intellectual and rational approach. this implies the use of specific processes for each project to design places that are harmonious and in line with its public.

the analyses and proposed developments create a connection between the spaces and their activities by combining their functional and aesthetic qualities with the needs and well-being of the users. it is about placing our focus around people once again.

implementation

to establish this essential link between the content and its container, it is essential to consider the places in their entirety by responding to a maximum of issues: analyses related to psychology, architecture, education or even sociology, integration of institutional needs, as well as financial realities.

the layering of these various points of view makes it possible to establish a unique map for every project, serving as a baseline for the concepts and as backup at all stages of production for the multiple stakeholders. the objective is to develop, together with the principal decision makers and the architects, the guidelines conveying the project’s values and constitute a positive general resonance, determining the paths to take.
experience has shown that clearly defined baseline values and core needs facilitate interactions at all levels. this results in fully completed projects, often more daring than initially imagined.

this principle can be applied across the scope of any project and at all levels.

implementation

to establish this essential link between the content and its container, it is essential to consider the places in their entirety by responding to a maximum of issues: analyses related to psychology, architecture, education or even sociology, integration of institutional needs, as well as financial realities.

the layering of these various points of view makes it possible to establish a unique map for every project, serving as a baseline for the concepts and as backup at all stages of production for the multiple stakeholders. the objective is to develop, together with the principal decision makers and the architects, the guidelines conveying the project’s values and constitute a positive general resonance, determining the paths to take.
experience has shown that clearly defined baseline values and core needs facilitate interactions at all levels. this results in fully completed projects, often more daring than initially imagined.

this principle can be applied across the scope of any project and at all levels.

presentation

this multidimensional approach finds its roots in the diversity of my artistic, professional and personal experiences.

the humanist foundations, acquired during my studies, were developed during my artistic practice and further consolidated by a master’s degree in psychology.
my understanding of space, colours and technical proficiency is thanks to my years as a glassmaker.
the projects carried out in either design or interior architecture have taught me to master all of their stages: from concept to organisation, from production monitoring to on-site installations.

this array of experiences allows me today to offer a broad and holistic vision of planning and development, making possible the implementation of spaces fully adapted to humans.

currently, I offer expertise and consult with project owners and architectural firms. I also occasionally teach on the influence of colour in architecture.

presentation

this multidimensional approach finds its roots in the diversity of my artistic, professional and personal experiences.

the humanist foundations, acquired during my studies, were developed during my artistic practice and further consolidated by a master’s degree in psychology.
my understanding of space, colours and technical proficiency is thanks to my years as a glassmaker.
the projects carried out in either design or interior architecture have taught me to master all of their stages: from concept to organisation, from production monitoring to on-site installations.

this array of experiences allows me today to offer a broad and holistic vision of planning and development, making possible the implementation of spaces fully adapted to humans.

currently, I offer expertise and consult with project owners and architectural firms. I also occasionally teach on the influence of colour in architecture.

competencies

the multi-directional approach of my areas of expertise makes it possible to offer answers adapted to the demands and specificities of each project.

analyses

transverse reflections leading to a multi-faceted diagnosis. this expanded vision becomes a fertile ground for new perspectives.

concepts

from the compilation of the initial information, concepts emerge to meet the defined intentions.

colorimetry
and materialities

neutral or inspiring, they actively contribute to the feeling and volumetric reading of a space. hues create an unconscious imprint and can also be used to induce an instinctive understanding of a building.

signage
and organisation

the organisation of a space as well as the way in which we orient ourselves actively participates in its appropriation. all structures require their own development and implementation in order to contribute to ones own autonomy and thus build confidence.

furniture
and decoration

directly associated with the memory of an event, these two elements must be in line with the architecture, the defined activity and the audience. the integration of a graphic identity guarantees in the long term a coherent and harmonious overall atmosphere.

lighting
and acoustics

these two elements actively participate in the level of comfort and well-being. it is essential to integrate them from the beginning of a project so that they may harmonise and reinforce the overall concept.

competencies

the multi-directional approach of my areas of expertise makes it possible to offer answers adapted to the demands and specificities of each project.

analyses

transverse reflections leading to a multi-faceted diagnosis. this expanded vision becomes a fertile ground for new perspectives.

concepts

from the compilation of the initial information, concepts emerge to meet the defined intentions.

colorimetry and materialities

neutral or inspiring, they actively contribute to the feeling and volumetric reading of a space. hues create an unconscious imprint and can also be used to induce an instinctive understanding of a building.

signage and organisation

the organisation of a space as well as the way in which we orient ourselves actively participates in its appropriation. all structures require their own development and implementation in order to contribute to ones own autonomy and thus build confidence.

furniture and decoration

directly associated with the memory of an event, these two elements must be in line with the architecture, the defined activity and the audience. the integration of a graphic identity guarantees in the long term a coherent and harmonious overall atmosphere.

lighting and acoustics

these two elements actively participate in the level of comfort and well-being. it is essential to integrate them from the beginning of a project so that they may harmonise and reinforce the overall concept.

news

2016 – 2019

teaching of ‘presentation and project management’, eracom | lausanne

2018 – 2021

workshop ‘colour and architecture’, swiss design center | lausanne

2018

inauguration of campus project, engineering school HEIG-VD | yverdon

2018

photographie exhibition, galerie les dilettantes | sion

2017

conference with j.schwarz ‘colour in architecture’, architecture without obstacles

news 

2016 – 2019

teaching of ‘presentation and project management’, eracom | lausanne

2018 – 2021

workshop ‘colour and architecture’, swiss design center | lausanne

2018

inauguration of campus project, engineering school HEIG-VD | yverdon

2018

photographie exhibition, galerie les dilettantes | sion

2017

conference with j.schwarz ‘colour in architecture’, architecture without obstacles

press

2020

swiss-architecte.com, magazine online  |  ‘coherent and harmonious’

2020

AMC, architecture magazine, online | ‘colors and space for a renovation of a concrete building’

2020

AMC, architecture magazine, online  |  ‘interview: color is essential for architecture‘

2020

hochparterre, architecture magazine  |  ‘subtil color weaving’

2019

modulor, architecture magazine  |  ‘neue innenräume für architekturschule’

2019

state of vaud, dgip  |  official document ‘new campus HEIG-VD’

2018

AMC, architecture magazine  |  ‘at the risk of color’

2018

dyod online magazine  |  ems la lembaz

2017

journal arts et métiers (arts and crafts journal), monthly newspaper | portrait inroom*

2016

24 heures, daily  |  ems la lembaz

2014

bâtir, architecture magazine  |  juvenile prison, interview inroom*

2013

24 hours, daily  |  juvenile prison

2013

state of vaud, dgip  |  official document ‘lechaire detention facility’

2011

pulsation (heartbeat), HUG monthly magazine  |  pediatric renovation

press

2020

swiss-architecte.com, magazine online  |  ‘coherent and harmonious’

2020

AMC, architecture magazine, online  |  ‘ colors and space for a renovation of a concrete building’

2020

AMC, architecture magazine, online  |  ‘ interview: color is essential for architecture ‘

2020

hochparterre, architecture magazine  |  ‘subtil color weaving’

2019

modulor, architecture magazine  |  ‘neue innenräume für architekturschule’

2019

state of vaud, dgip  |  official document ‘new campus HEIG-VD’

2018

AMC, architecture magazine  |  ‘at the risk of color’

2018

dyod online magazine  |  ems la lembaz

2017

journal arts et métiers (arts and crafts journal), monthly newspaper  |  portrait inroom *

2016

24 heures, daily  |  ems la lembaz

2014

bâtir, architecture magazine  |  juvenile prison, interview inroom *

2013

24 hours, daily  |  juvenile prison

2013

state of vaud, dgip  |  official document ‘lechaire detention facility’

2011

pulsation (heartbeat), HUG monthly magazine  |  pediatric renovation

references

canton de vaud

dgip, department of architecture

chuv

university hospital of the canton vaud

hug

university hospital geneva

heig-vd

yverdon-les-bains engineering school

fondation la pouponnière et l’abri

emergency home for kids

fondation la rambarde

foster home for teenagers

fondation primeroche

old people’s home – les lys, cat, grand pré

fondation du relais

old people’s home – la girarde

fondation le pérou

old people’s home – la lembaz

fondation balcon du lac

old people’s home – les palmiers

fondation ensemble

workplace, housing

codha

associative housing cooperative

chrisallerie daum

glass manufacture

quartal

construction management office

sedus

office furniture

dedanaë

hairdresser

domaines des chevaliers

winemakers

swiss design center

architecture school, lausanne

eracom

school of art and communication