Claire Bigot lives in Grenoble, she is a landscape engineer (graduate of Agrocampus Ouest, Angers) and software developer. Originally from Beauce, Claire studied Agronomy before specialising in Landscape Engineering. She then spent a few years working for different studios on projects of varying sizes (urban parks, ecodistricts, playgrounds and landscape impact assessments) and in various contexts (the countryside of Champagne, Alpine valleys and the Slovenian Styria region). In 2015, she learnt to code. Currently, she works for a web agency as a developer and devotes time to her microenterprise that designs external spaces: Point ligne espace.
Marie Bigot is a student of Product Design at the Paris National Graduate School of Decorative Arts. Coming from an agricultural background, she is interested in issues related to landscape design and spatial organisation from the perspective of social and economic activities, as well as from a purely artistic perspective. After an internship with the Yes We Camp association that develops projects for the temporary rehabilitation of urban wastelands, she is now passionate about wooden constructions integrated into the landscape. Her projects, of all kinds, often question the relationship with time, heritage or transmission.