My work and research aims at softening the borders between Imagination, Body, and Environment, through Architectural Experience.
 
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A little bit about alice...

Alice LABOUREL was graduated in architecture at the Ecole Spéciale d'Architecture in Paris in March 2013.
Her final thesis has been followed by Sir Peter Cook and Ricardo DeOstos who have been her tutors and teachers at the ESA.
She has worked as an architecture assistant in Will Alsop’s practice, aLL Design, as an intern in Sir Peter Cook's office, CRAB-Studio, in London and has been an exchange student at the Southern Californian Institute of Architecture, in Los Angeles in Tom Wiscombe Studio.
She has won several workshops as one presidated by Paul Virilio and one presidated by Marcos Cruz and Marjan Colletti.
She has worked as a teaching assistant at the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture and ran a studio at the University of Greenwich. She also taught at The Bartlett summer school in August 2012 and 2013 and is often invited to final crits and teaching workshops at the Bartlett ,the Architectural Association and at Oxford Brookes University.
Alice is interested in the cinematic aspects of architecture, using hand drawing as well as computing design via 3D modeling software. Her work and research aim at soften the borders between imagination, body and environment through architectural experience.
She often travels in London, Paris and Los Angeles.