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The Cantercel team

The people who bring the site and Cantercel’s development project to life: architects, craftmen, volunteers, trainers…

Jean-Pierre Campredon

DESA architect, urban planner, founder of the site and of the architecture workshop. President of the association Sens Espace Europe. He is in charge of the development project.

Annick Lombardet

Reception to the site, cottage management, communication. DESA architect, founder, active member and secretary of the association Sens Espace Europe. She accompanies the development project since 2010.

Christophe Mégard

DESA architect, administrator of the association Sens Espace Europe. Partner in the construction of the Arborescence house.

Jordane Prudent

Architect, trained in topoesthesia and geobiology, team at the Cantercel architecture studio.
Man Rong Jallet

Man Rong Jallet

Man Rong promotes the activities of the association Sens Espace Europe. She is also involved in the development project of Cantercel.
Jean-Pierre Bernard

Jean-Pierre Bernard

Jean-Pierre bernard is in charge of green spaces upkeep, landscaping and site upkeep. He is also involved in the development project of Cantercel.

Olivier Scherrer

Craftsman and trainer in masonry raw earth. Supervising courses in Cantercel since 2010.

Aymone Nicolas

Trainer of Ecoterre-Scop, a company specialized in construction projects using healthy materials while respecting the environment and heritage.

Odette Gal Baumgartner (historic member)

Historic member. DESA architect. Founder and honorary member of the Sens Espace Europe association, which she chaired from 2005 to 2013. Architect of the paths of the Sensitive Man, the Inventive Man and the materials pavilion.

Michael Flach (historic member)

Historic member. Structural engineer. Professor at the Institute for Construction and Material Sciences at the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Innsbruck (Austria). Founder, designer and builder of the Arborescence house.

Alexander Roemer (historic member)

Architect, designer and carpenter, initiator of the international network ConstructLab, laboratory for research-action and constructive experimentation: a practice of temporary and participatory design and architecture. Between 1998 and 2012 he led the Cantercel construction sites.

Hervé Baley (historic member)

Architect and founder of the Sens et Espace workshop at the Special School of Architecture in Paris. He participated in the entire creation of Cantercel from the choice of the site then to the training of trainees and architects until... Read More

Philippe Rames (historic member)

Project manager, has followed Sens Espace teaching since 1988 and participated in the creation of Cantercel and the architecture studio.

Julia Moraïs Caldas (historic member)

Historic member. Architect graduated from the Politecnico di Torino, began internships at Cantercel in 1999, then joined the permanent team and the architecture studio until 2014.
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