The greenhouse becomes a cabinet of curiosities: old tools, herbalist's books and jars are piled high on the ramshackle shelves alongside these plant discoveries. Flowers and cuttings form a setting that Philéas has meticulously arranged. This profusion points to a quite eccentric person, utterly romantic but wholly committed to his passion. His plants are worthy of our attention.
Novices and connoisseurs alike can enjoy a stroll around the centre of this garden and give in to the temptation to enter the greenhouse.
Armel ROPERT, CEO of Ropert Paysage, Laure LEMETAYER, Anaïs LEVENEUR, Karen GEFFRAY, Benoit COQUILLARD and Thibault BAUDET, 4th-year Interior Architecture students
“I studied for an Industrial Technology and Science Baccalaureate in Applied Arts in Rennes, with History of Art as my special subject. I’m continuing on the same study path at IFAT, a school of interior architecture near Vannes.”
“I took a Scientific Baccalaureate in Engineering Sciences, and for the last four years I’ve been continuing with my studies at Vannes-Plescop, where I’m training to be an interior architect.”
Thibault Baudet was born in Nantes and is a 4th-year student of Interior Architecture at Vannes. He has a keen interest in drawing and the graphic arts.
Anaïs Leveneur is a 4th-year student of Interior Architecture. A native of the Cherbourg Peninsula, she started out studying Art History, specialising in modern architecture in preparation for her Master’s degree. However, her abiding interest in the architecture of interior decoration led her to change her study path and enrol at the Vannes-Plescop School of Interior Architecture. She’s a fan of ancient art and also plays the violin.
36-year-old Laure Métayer began studying interior architecture in 2012, after his shop for children closed down.