Mathilde Yence

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Mathilde Yence
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  • Architect
  • Interior Design
  • landscaper
  • urban planer

The architect’s first material is your dreams, then comes reality. From dreams to reality and from reality to dreams, there is a thread between the two...

Playing with the tension of this thread is what makes spaces come alive!

Because we cross through spaces from one to another, we physically experience sequences. Spaces are made of sequences, they are never isolated.

The context of the project’s surroundings goes into the design. So the way I identify the context becomes part of my project. That’s how I begin a design, by trying to make it simple, efficient and bright.

Architects and designers play a role in transforming the global economy from a linear to a circular model.

Our designs should support a system which generates no waste or pollution, it should support spaces in the making, evolving environments.

Because we create so many buildings, we need to insist on materials that can be reused or converted again and again, developing by themselves.

We need to promote passive houses and energy-plus buildings, we need to use raw earth, green roofs, biosourced materials, natural light… all of this means circularity rather than linearity.

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Mathilde Yence

Mathilde Yence

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  • Architect
  • Interior Design
  • landscaper
  • urban planer

The architect’s first material is your dreams, then comes reality. From dreams to reality and from reality to dreams, there is a thread between the two...

Playing with the tension of this thread is what makes spaces come alive!

Because we cross through spaces from one to another, we physically experience sequences. Spaces are made of sequences, they are never isolated.

The context of the project’s surroundings goes into the design. So the way I identify the context becomes part of my project. That’s how I begin a design, by trying to make it simple, efficient and bright.

Architects and designers play a role in transforming the global economy from a linear to a circular model.

Our designs should support a system which generates no waste or pollution, it should support spaces in the making, evolving environments.

Because we create so many buildings, we need to insist on materials that can be reused or converted again and again, developing by themselves.

We need to promote passive houses and energy-plus buildings, we need to use raw earth, green roofs, biosourced materials, natural light… all of this means circularity rather than linearity.

Featured projects

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Request price / brochure
Contact the supplier
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Mathilde Yence

Mathilde Yence

Services
  • Architect
  • Interior Design
  • landscaper
  • urban planer

The architect’s first material is your dreams, then comes reality. From dreams to reality and from reality to dreams, there is a thread between the two...

Playing with the tension of this thread is what makes spaces come alive!

Because we cross through spaces from one to another, we physically experience sequences. Spaces are made of sequences, they are never isolated.

The context of the project’s surroundings goes into the design. So the way I identify the context becomes part of my project. That’s how I begin a design, by trying to make it simple, efficient and bright.

Architects and designers play a role in transforming the global economy from a linear to a circular model.

Our designs should support a system which generates no waste or pollution, it should support spaces in the making, evolving environments.

Because we create so many buildings, we need to insist on materials that can be reused or converted again and again, developing by themselves.

We need to promote passive houses and energy-plus buildings, we need to use raw earth, green roofs, biosourced materials, natural light… all of this means circularity rather than linearity.

Featured projects

Visit company website
Request price / brochure
Contact the supplier
Done tagging
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