Elodie Degavre is an architect, lecturer, researcher and film director, living and working in Brussels. She is a passionate architect who interprets her profession in the broadest sense. For instance, she teaches architectural design at UCLouvain, where she is also a researcher; before that, she worked as an architect on public projects for several Brussels firms.
From her growing interest in “telling the story” of architecture, she regularly writes for the Belgian magazine A+ Architecture. She also wants to make architecture more accessible to non-specialists, which is why she has expanded her field of work to include film writing. With the documentary “Life, Assembled”, she takes a new step towards a wider audience. The documentary also provides space for her intuitive love of writing and photography.
Elodie Degavre was one of the participants in the Film & Architecture Studio, the renowned course that AFFR organises every year together with the Independent School.