Pascale Dalix, architect, urban planner and co-founder of the ChartierDalix agency with Frédéric Chartier since 2008.
Since its creation by Frédéric Chartier and Pascale Dalix, the ChartierDalix agency has delivered some fifteen buildings. The firm has won several international competitions and has been awarded numerous prizes. Winner in 2016 of the international competition Réinventer-Paris for the Ternes-Villiers site and in 2017 with Nouvelle AOM (Franklin Azzi Architecture and Hardel & Le Bihan Architectes) for the "Demain Montparnasse" operation, the agency has mastered a very wide range of commissions and programmes, both public, such as the La Courneuve station of the Grand Paris Express, and private, notably several tertiary operations and hotels.
For several years, the agency's research department has been working on the integration of life in architecture. This theme is at the origin of the project "Architecture and Biodiversity: thinking a new urban ecosystem", which was selected in the context of the FAIRE call for projects launched by the Pavillon de l'Arsenal.
His intervention at Biomim'expo :
Feedback on the new Primary School of Science and Biodiversity in Boulogne-Billancourt.
When the reintegration of biodiversity through the creation of an ecosystem of soil-wall-roof connections inspired by the edges also plays into educational projects. A textbook case!