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Estelle  Basalo
Project Manager

Estelle Basalo is an architect and a scenographer.

As soon as she became an architect, Estelle Basalo turned to exhibition design, specialising in public spaces: she likes to deal with space and bodies so that a place inspires and transmits.

In ten years, she has forged a solid experience by working in France and Switzerland, in museum scenography as well as for show business or urban events in agencies such as Fabrique Créative, Designers Unit, Scénografiá, Klapisch Claisse, Odéon-Théâtre de l’Europe, Beautiful Monday, Karréprod, Architecture & Technique, Place Grand Public, Arc-en-Scène.

She is both creative and organised in all the disciplines she tackles. As with the theatre or trekking that she practises in a personal capacity, Estelle stimulates the collaborative spirit of each professional project on which she works with the same optimism.

Estelle Basalo joined the ATELIERS ADELINE RISPAL in 2020; she is our referent in terms of Methodology and Sustainable Development.

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  • Education
    • Master’s degree in Scenography 2013 – Specialization in Public Space École des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg – HEAR (France)
    • Architecte DE 2011
      École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles (France)
  • Professional associations
    • Member of the International Council of Museums (ICOM)
    • Member of the Scenographers Association
    • Member of Rad!cales
  • Languages
    • French
    • English
    • Spanish
  • Main projets
    • Pôle muséal Beauvoisine
      Rouen (France)
    • IM WINE - International Museum of Wine
      Pékin (Chine)
    • Muséum d’histoire naturelle de Lille
      Lille (France)
    • Centre national du Costume et de la Scène
      Moulins (France)
    • Cité des Climats et vins de Bourgogne
      Mâcon et Chablis (France)
    • Musée Dobrée
      Nantes (France)
    • L’Étoffe de l’Europe®
      Brussels (Belgium)
    • Musée des tissus
      Lyon (France)
    • Musée d’archéologie et des sciences de la terre
      Rabat (Morocco)
    • Quartier du Palais des Ducs d’Aquitaine
      Poitiers (France)

To hear the other person’s idea, you have to accept their difference.

Patrick Bouchain


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