AboutDr es Sciences specialized in Theory and History of Architecture 19th – 20th c. particularly in Western architects, garden and landscape designers, writers and poets’ writings and drawings on Japan. Researches focused on how architectural and landscape devices and notions circulate between Japan and the West. Lecturer at the School of Architecture on Sustainable Japanese Architecture and Landscape, and at the College of Humanities EPFL on Contemporary Japan: Culture and Thought as mirrored in Architecture, Cinema and Anime. Architect’s diploma at Geneva University School of Architecture (1991). Master of Arts at Norwich University UK (1995) and PhD at EPFL (2010) thank to Swiss National Science Foundation young researcher and MHV scholarships.