From left to right: Ugo Elziere, Nicolas Suissa, Cléo Deschaintres, Thomas Dalby, Coline Giardi, Margot Chabert and Leonard Cattoni
Atelier Vecteur is a young collective, set up in 2010 around Cléo Deschaintes, Coline Giardi, Nicolas Suissa, Thomas Dalby and Ugo Elziere. Architects, graphic artists and designers, they all spent time at Montpelier’s National Higher School of Architecture. Graduates of the School of Architecture, the School of Arts and Crafts and the School of Film and Special Effects, and benefiting from a wide variety of professional experiences across the world – in Ireland, Australia, China and Germany – the Atelier’s members owe their dynamism to a confrontation of multidisciplinary skills. Through the interaction of different creative fields, “Atelier Vecteur” seeks to be a laboratory of ideas and a tool for their expression.
Margot Chabert is a landscape engineer who graduated from the National School of Higher Studies in Nature and Landscape Architecture (ENSNP) in Blois in 2011, since when she has been working with “D'ici là paysagistes” a recently formed Paris agency that won the 2012 Albums des Jeunes Architectes et Paysagistes.
Léonard Cattoni is a landscape engineer and town-planner. After obtaining a Higher Technical Certificate in Landscape Architecture at the Ecole Du Breuil (Vincennes), he enrolled at the National School of Higher Studies in Nature and Landscape Architecture (ENSNP) in Blois, from which he graduated in 2011. He continued his studies for a further year, taking a town-planning course at Marne-la-Vallée School of Architecture, since when he has been working with the “Obras” architecture and town-planning agency in Paris.