15. De derrière les fagots
A landscape designer with a degree from the Lille National Higher School of Architecture and Landscape, Manuel Jouault focuses on the appropriated and appropriable forms of common areas, in order to ensure that they provide each of their users with a way of connecting with the world. As a member of the collective, he focuses on his commitment to creating landscapes of public interest and his desire for collective construction of tomorrow’s world. Landscaper, designer and illustrator all in one, he makes daily use of his multiple facets and skills.
A landscape designer who graduated from the Lille National Higher School of Architecture and Landscape (ENSAPL) in 2018, Tom Sénécal has also been a self-taught sculptor for over 10 years. He is interested in artworks as objects of symbolism and memory; as a way of transforming our landscapes and territories. The poetics of landscape that he upholds bring finesse and delicacy to all the collective’s projects. His dearest wish is to assist with appropriation and transmission, in his conception of landscape and his art alike.
A graduate of the Lille National Higher School of Architecture and Landscape (ENSAPL), Léane Delicourt proposes to re-examine the role of the “knowing” architect in order to become a “doing” architect, practicing her profession alongside those most directly concerned: users. She wants to give priority to a process of manufacture and participation that legitimises and democratises a form of bricolage accessible to all sectors of the public. As a member of the collective, she is committed to collective construction of cities, landscapes and territories.
A graduate of the Rennes School of Fine Arts, Pierre Brongniart carries out research at Atelier PierrePonce on the relationships we maintain with our environments and the cycle of matter. His works in wood juggle between narrative, childhood and poetry to carry us off into his world. He chose to round off his training by joining the Compagnons du Devoir in order to obtain his Certificate of Professional Competence (CAP) in timber framing. His visual artist’s vision complements the collective’s artistic approach in all its projects.