Henri Bony & Léa Mosconi, Dessiner le monstre moderne, 2017. Courtesy Bony Mosconi
The architects, researchers and curators Henri Bony (1987) and Léa Mosconi (1984) graduated from the École nationale supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais (ENSA Paris-Malaquais), in 2011 and 2012, where they now teach. The architects research adds to the discussion on how climate change is influencing the way we think and live. The work of the Paris-based Bony Mosconi studio also interrogates the discourse and imaginary universe that arises from this issue.
Their curatorial projects are based on invitations extended to other architects to conduct a deep reflection in a collegial way. This could be seen during the exhibition and the symposium for “Potential cities. Architecture and Anthropocene” undertaken at the Ile-de-France Maison de l’architecture in 2015.