The Ecole Camondo develops reflection and research activities around the living environment. The School is interested in the expectations of use and experience of the various functions and spaces in the fields of housing and work, hotels, restaurants, commercial environments, service environments, private or public, scenography and museography. Its fields of inquiry cover the humanities, social sciences and artistic practices in a transdisciplinary manner. In addition to its research seminar entitled “Ambiances to inhabit”, the school continues its academic production through the lecture series it holds.
Time and ownership of projects
Lecture on September 4, 2017 with Caroline Ziegler et Pierre Brichet, (Designers), Marie Zawitowski and Keith Zawitowski (On Site Architecture).
Property and changes in the real estate industry
Lecture on September 4, 2017 by Sandra Roumi and Gaël Thomas (Revue Businessimmo) and Aude Grant (SFL).
Property, co-ownership, a short history of collective housing in France
Lecture on September 4, 2017 by Alexis Markovics (architectural historian).
Property and street art
Lecture on September 5, 2017 by (intellectual property lawyer) and Lola Scheinfeld (intellectual property lawyer).
Lecture on September 5, 2017 by Patrick Rubin (architect), Anne-Marie Fèvre (journalist) and Arthur Poiret (architect, workshop Georges).
New places of work
Lecture on Tuesday September 5, 2017 by Julien Eymeri (Quartier Libre) and Clément Berardi (Quartier Libre).
DIY and reappropriation: the Cuban experience
Lecture on Tuesday September 5, 2017 by Grégory Marion (doctor in aesthetics).