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Hélène Soulier

Architect landscapist

Saturday 31 May 2014, by webmaster

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Hélène Soulié is a DPLG landscapist, graduate from the Ecole nationale supérieure du paysage de Versailles (Higher National School of Landscaping of Versailles) with a doctorate in architecture from 2006 on the theme of urban wastelands. Today she is a member of the CLARE laboratory at Bordeaux 3 university. As senior lecturer at the Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture et paysage de Bordeaux, she teaches design. Her approach, which is often experimental, organised through workshops and affiliated teachings, enables her to move generally accepted limits in the domain of landscaping. By mixing tools borrowed from other disciplines and those of a landscapist, the idea of arrangement loses some of its sense in favour of a new production territory. The goal remains the same, however: to reveal the site. Her research activity examines places on the edge of the town as well as themes like mapping or interdisciplinary conception processes. Her workshop develops projects of gardens, public spaces and interventions within the landscape.

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