Julien Lafontaine Carboni studied at Paris-Malaquais School of Architecture (ENSAPM, Master of Architecture and Urbanism), and in Clermont-Ferrand, France (ENSACF). He currently pursues his PhD at Alice Laboratory, EPFL. His doctoral research aims to explore the history of architecture and city thanks to the concept of Protofiguration (neologism forged by the lab). More accurately, acts and gestures of settlements in plural civilization are studied; scaffolding our perceptions and actions, protofigurations designate active and operational geometries of transindividuation.
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