Paule Perron

Paule Perron is an architect, teaching assistant at HEAD – Genève, and co-founder of minor, a collective architecture firm working on various projects, from scenography to small scale constructions, using exploratory methodologies that address our impact on “the landscape of our constructed mistakes.” Since Perron graduated from the ENSA Paris-Malaquais, she has been combining research with projects to question the perpetuation of domination patterns, addressing mutual influences between spaces and bodies, with a focus on gender studies. Her work has been published and exhibited in various magazines and institutions such as Plan Libre, Architecture d’Aujourd’hui, or Villa Noailles. She has recently written a chapter in the forthcoming book Interiors in the Era of Covid-19 edited by Penny Sparke, which examines the room for independence that can be negotiated for home-based working women in the domestic realm.