AN ARCHITECT HONOURED BY THE LEGION OF HONOUR AT JAU-NE
A Doctor in architecture, Béatrice Mariolle received the Legion of Honour in 2016. This French woman will be present in Neuchâtel on 10 May for the occasion of the Architecture and Urban Planning One-Day Event (JAU-NE). Her presentation will focus on "The territories of acclimatization".
Béatrice Mariolle teaches at the National School of Architecture and Landscape in Lille. Béatrice Mariolle teaches at the National School of Architecture and Landscape in Lille. She is also a researcher at UMR AUSser (Architecture, Urban Planning, Society: Knowledge, Teaching, Research) and at LACTH (Research Laboratory of the National School of Architecture and Landscape in Lille). In 2015, she founded the TEPOP Association (Territoires à Energie Populaire – Popular Energy Territories) of which she is president. This renowned architect has also been a member of the Scientific Council of the international workshop of Greater Paris.
Béatrice Mariolle has written many books. Most notably, she is co-author of "Densité-Dédensité" and "Territoire frugal, les campagnes françaises à l’heure des métropoles" [Frugal territory, the French countryside at the time of the metropolis].
With her three roles of lecturer, researcher and master architect and urban planner, Béatrice Mariolle is particularly committed to the environmental and architectural transformations of territories in crisis, particularly in working class neighbourhoods.