Françoise Hélène Jourda
energy saving methods, she has projects such as the Pajol Hall and the Energie Zéro Building, which are highly energy efficient projects, both in France.
In 2004 she curated the exhibition “Sustainable Metamorphoses” in the Venice Biannual. Her work is worldly famous, shown in London, Chicago, Rotterdam, Berlin, and at the MOMA, in New York. Her book “Small Manual of the Sustainable Project” has already been published in Brazil. In 2007 she was nominated to the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture.
Country of Origin: France
Academic qualifications: Architecture School of Lyon, France.
Places of activity: France, Germany, Belgium.
Mont-Cenis Academy, Herne-Sodingen, Germany
Livro: Petit Manuel de la Conception Durable (Small Manual for the Sustainable Project in free translation)
Curiosities: Graduated in 1979, the architect studies sustainable architecture as her main field. Focusing on