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Antoine GUIBOURGÉ

Director
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ISTEC

Self-taught man, Antoine heads the studio and the strategy consultancy agency. He ensures the smooth running of missions and projects. He coordinates responses to competitions and consultations. Antoine has 13 years of experience in the general management of a consultancy business. He has designed more than 50 gardens for private clients in France.

Caroline BRALEY

Audit & Advice Director
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Engineer TELECOM PARIS / INSEAD / ENSAV

Leads landscape and urban agriculture consultancy missions for large real estate investors. She brings her expertise to large-scale landscape projects and historic gardens. She has 15 years of experience in the strategy consultancy business and 10 years in restoration of historic gardens.

Erika KERISIT

Ecological Transition Director
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Engineer AGROPARITECH

Runs biodiversity and urban agriculture projects within the studio. She is in charge of innovation. She leads consultancy missions for key accounts thanks to her expertise in natural and nourishing ecosystems. She is an ISO 14001 auditor, an accredited BiodiverCity and Effinature assessor.

Malvina BALI

Director Studio Rennes
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Architect & agronomist ENSAPM & UNIVERSITE DE BUENOS AIRES

She designs many nourishing landscapes using her dual expertise in architecture and agronomy. Engaged in the production of local cut flowers, she brings her creativity and field experience in agro-ecology to landscaping and urban agriculture projects.

Valentina VEGA

Director Studio Paris
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Doctor in Architecture, Urbanism, Landscaping and Landscape heritage – THE NATIONAL AUTONOMUOS UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO (UNAM) / UNIVERSITY OF PARIS

Professor and project coordinator, she conceives the landscape as an ever changingancient space, connected to nature. Through her international experience withvarious landscaping and urban design agencies, she created landscapes of anyscale, notably in the public sector. In addition to her operational skills she has anexpertise in living heritage which enables her to tackle projects using a systemicapproach.

Maria Cristina PETRALLA

Director international development and contests
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Landscape Architect – UPC. Barcelona, Spain Architect and Engineer – POLITECNICO DI BARI, Italy

With her many experiences as an architect, landscape architect and engineer, she is expert both in the development of the landscape project on different scales, and in the management of large architectural and urban projects as regards aspects related to landscape architecture and landscape urbanism. She has worked with Italian, Portuguese, Australian, English, Danish and French firms and collaborates with several universities.

Morgane VERMEIL de CONCHARD

Project manager
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Landscape graphic designer ORLÉANS SCHOOL OF HORTICULTURE AND UNIVERSITY OF ANGERS

Designs landscape projects connecting the user with nature. She works on various scales, from territory to street level.

Thibault VERDON

Project manager
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Landscaper UNIVERSITÉ DE LIÈGE – GEMBLOUX

Designs projects of various scales ranging from designing terraces to large-scale landscape analysis on urban themes. He is committed to foster the dialogue between humans, space and the vegetal world.

Sébastien MOIRAT

Project manager
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Engineer ENSAT

Sébastien works alongside the Studio on urban agriculture projects thanks to his experience in ecological gardening and his market gardening activities. He’s been designing, building and running edible gardens for private clients and corporations.

Antoine LEMOINE

Head of educational gardens
Vegetable gardens & biodiversity
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Urban farmer

Passionate self-taught, Antoine maintains and animates edible gardens. He shares his know-how and knowledge in educational workshops on the vegetable garden and biodiversity.

Camille COUTEAU

Project officer
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Engineer-Landscaper – AGROCAMPUS OUEST

Trained as a landscaper she lends her expertise to consultancy missions focused on urban nature.  She is specialized in biodiversity and urban agriculture (AgroParisTech). She also works as a facilitator within the « Fresque du Climat » organisation and is an accreditated Effinature assessor.

Isabelle de SIVRY

Project officer
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Space designer – ÉCOLE DE CONDÉ

Trained in spatial design, she works on private gardens and urban landscapes.

Élie COMBELLES

Project officer
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Landscaper – UNIVERSITY OF LIÈGE – GEMBLOUX

After graduating from the University of Gembloux, Elie worked for Empreintes, Ubicus and Pena Paysage. He designs projects of various scales, ranging from patio to large landscapes, combining innovation and biodiversity with a focus on extending ecological continuity into landscaping.

Maxime JULLIEN

Project officer
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Landscape-Design Engineer – SCHOOL OF NATURE AND LANDSCAPE – INSA

Throughout his career, he became aware of a number of issues affecting the third-party landscape, such as peri-urban areas or wasteland. These areas with blurred boundaries raise many questions, such as agricultural decline, the channelling of urban expansion, the reconquest of footpaths and the definition of the idea of “nature”. These thoughts remain at the heart of his approach to landscape projects at MUGO, in a more urban context.

Laure FOUREY

Project officer
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Engineer-Landscaper – AGROCAMPUS OUEST

Navigating between consulting missions and landscape design, Laure participates in imagining and promoting the virtuous landscape of tomorrow thanks to her dual training as a landscape designer and graphic designer.

Pauline GÉHANT

Project officer
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Landscape-Design Engineer – SCHOOL OF NATURE AND LANDSCAPE – INSA

Driven by the reconnection of inhabitants with nature, she focuses on designing landscaping projects where the vegetal plays a key role. She relies on the notion of simplicity, flows and ecological infrastructures enabling visitors to rediscover, explore and take control over their territory.

Charlotte BOROWCZYK

Project officer
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Landscape-Design Engineer – SCHOOL OF NATURE AND LANDSCAPE – INSA

Charlotte conceives projects with ecologic, territorial and social issues. The reconnection between areas and their landscape context, which can be historical or contemporary, is a major concern for her. Innovation and resilience are the guidelines of her suggestions. She always keeps a special attention for the material aspects of her project’s completion and to their later management. Finally, her master degree in business and management is a real added value for her site development projects.