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Albane Duvillier experiments with an inclusive, socially and politically engaged mode of design, considering London’s architectural culture and its inhabitants as the ultimate creative battleground. Since graduating in 2016, Albane has gained extensive experience working with local communities, working at muf architecture/art as well as being a part of PEACH Alternative Regeneration Team, setting up an alternative regeneration masterplan led by the community in Custom House, Newham – London (2016).
Currently her expertise in alternative, locally oriented projects is channelled in the form of a community building for Partisan, Manchester’s co-operative arts and social space. She is an avid investigator of natural phenomenological effects such as the magic of specular reflections made by water mirrors, the mystery of moss or the air purifying qualities of honey suckle.