Elodie graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Art et de Design de Nancy in 2008. Member of Autobus-impérial from 2008 to 2012, she worked as a project manager on signage missions for prestigious architectural agencies (Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, ...). In 2013 she created her own design studio in Paris and specializes in the design of multidisciplinary projects for public space.
Elodie tackles environmental issues through the prism of design and contributes to the conception of sustainable living by starting from the scale of use. She works with local authorities, institutions and territories to design innovative urban solutions that are highly contextualised (innovative products, urban and landscape furniture, signage, etc.).
Associated with Icade since 2017, Elodie is developing "Bocage urbain", a rainwater management solution fully integrated into the design of tomorrow's resilient city. Bocage urbain is a modular development that combines rainwater management and vegetation by recreating the water cycle in the city.
Elodie accompanies the evolution of the city towards a sustainable model where the question of urban well-being is central. She seeks to reconnect people to their environment through the sensitive experiences offered by her projects.