DPLG architect since 2002, Fanny Rozé oriented her Fanny Rozé began her career in urban planning and landscape design, notably with Bruno Fortier and Agence Ter. She then joined Agence Nicolas Michelin & Associés as director of the housing for 5 years. Wishing to devote herself to high-end residential projects, she founded her eponymous agency in 2011 and surrounded herself with a multidisciplinary team of 7 collaborators. In a thoughtful and sensitive approach, Fanny Rozé nourishes her aestheticism with her dual French-Italian culture, loving to marry French refinement with Italian generosity. Inspired by women architects such as Gae Aulenti, she develops her her taste for beauty in the arts of living and in her travels, to keep a fresh eye on the transformations of architecture and housing culture.
The tapestry “Et au milieu coule la forêt” was the starting point of the collaboration between the artist and PINTON. Fanny Rozé wanted to exploit and revisit the weaving techniques of Aubusson tapestry. This dyptic is part of a work of representation of the elements of nature.
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