Loïs Tavernier

Loïs Tavernier is a designer who graduated from the "Strate école de design" (congratulations and "coup de coeur du jury") and is a Master's student at the École d'architecture de la ville & des territoires de Marne-la-Vallée.

Loïs is passionate about the marine world and contemporary constructions made from natural materials. Sensitive to climatic transformations, she would like her work to enhance the cultures of each country while proposing new living environments adapted to our uses and respectful of the environment.

The TEKASA'I project is the result of a project on the theme of the sea and aims to re-establish the symbiosis between man and the environment. This project was awarded the 2018 "Coup de cœur" mention in the Jacques Rougerie Foundation's International Architecture Competition - "Architecture and issues of sea level rise" category, as well as the "Jeune Talent" star from the Observer du design in 2018.


TEKASA'I Project

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