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Film on the countryside: “Les terriens” d’Ariane Doublet, 2000 (1h20), screening with the presence of Ariane Doublet

Family workshop

Biennial itinerary on the Petite Écurie site, accompanied by a mediator, followed by a parents/children hands-on workshop

Family workshop

Biennial itinerary on the Petite Écurie site, accompanied by a mediator, followed by a parents/children hands-on workshop

Workshop – debates with the winners of the Women Architects Prizes

Introduction Catherine Guyot: Presentation of the winners of the Women Architects Prizes

Workshop 3 – Sustainable development and architecture (2:30 pm / 4 pm)

(Sustainable development and architecture)
What are the sustainable development processes that are part of your projects?
With Sandra di Giorgio (video), winner of the 2018 Young Women Architects Prize,
and LA Architectures (video) Linda Gilardone  and Axelle Acchiardo, winners of the  2018 Young Women Architects Prize.

Workshop 4 – Heritage and modernity (4:30 pm / 5:30 pm)
How can heritage become a component of modernity?
With Véronique Joffre (video), winner of the 2016 Women Architects Prize
and Christiane Schmukle-Mollard (video) 2014 Heritage Special Mention.

Workshop – debates with the winners of the Prix des Femmes architects (Women Architects prizes)

Introduction by Catherine Guyot: Presentation of the winners of the Women Architects Prize

Workshop 1 – City and nature (3:30 pm / 4:30 pm)
How to compose your projects working with nature and the landscape ?
With Véronique Decharrieres (video), winner of the 2015 Women Architects Prize for original work
and Amelia Tavella (video), winner of the 2016 Young Women architects Prize.

Workshop 2 – People and the city (4:30 pm / 5:30 pm)
What is the place for people in project design?
With Sophie Berthelier (
video), winner of 2017 Women Architects Prize
and Nicole Concordet (
video), winner of the 2018 Women Architects Prize.

Conference by Jean Castex

Architect, doctor of urban planning and planning, former teacher in the history of architecture. « Green city, what Versailles must be in the 21st century »

Family workshop

Biennial itinerary on the Petite Écurie site, accompanied by a mediator, followed by a parents/children hands-on workshop

Installation by Éva Jospin

From the garden of the conservatory to the regional influence of Versailles, the artist Éva Jospin has drawn inspiration from garden follies to imagine a reinvented gazebo.

Visitors will be able to sit down at the base of this great trunk of sculpted concrete with overhanging entwined bronze vines and invaded by the intermingling of finely woven ropes and copper wires.

In this piece, the blending of the vegetal and the mineral provides a spot of light and shade in the garden, a new space for relaxation and observation conducive to careful listening and dreaming.