(1992, FR) is an engaged architect (DEA/HMONP), feminist and environmental activist.
She started her own office, ACT - Architecture for Changing Times
in 2020, whose focus is on designing with bioclimatic systems, low-tech solutions and sustainable materials. She also co-founded and is a board member of the association JAM
aiming to create and promote self-publishing practices.
Armelle studied in Paris, Singapore, and Madrid. She graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Val de Seine (2017) and École Spéciale d'Architecture (2013).
(1993, FR) is an architect (MArch/HMONP), curator, and teacher. He is a co-founder of the art and architecture practice Exutoire
He is assistant professor at the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape / Oslo School of Architecture and Design since 2020. He also currently is a guest curator at ROM for kunst og arkitektur, as well as the curator and coordinator of the Oslo Architecture Triennale - Academy 2022.
Paul-Antoine holds an M.Arch from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design (2018), and a B.Arch from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais and the University of Hong Kong (2014).
Bui Quy Son
(1993, VN) is an architect (MAA/HMONP), visual artist
, and curator. He co-founded Exutoire
, an art and architecture practice, with Paul-Antoine Lucas in 2019.
He is guest curator in residency at ROM for kunst og arkitektur (2022–2023), and has an assistant professor position at the Institute of Architecture / Oslo School of Architecture and Design.
Son graduated with a Master of Arts in Architecture from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (2017), and received his B.Arch from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais (2014).