Artist and architect, Didier Faustino works on the intimate relationship between the body and the space since the end of his studies in 1995. His approach is multifaceted, from the installation to experimentation, from the creation of subversive artworks to that of spaces favorable to the exacerbation of the senses. His projects are characterized by a fictional dimension, a critical glance, some freedom and a kind of ability to offer new experiences to the individual and collective body. He received the Dejean Price, Great Silver Medal, of the Academy of Architecture in 2010 for his works. From September 2015, he is editor at Cree, French magazine of architecture and design.
This is not a love song ()