.... Emmanuelle Chiappone-Piriou.. Emmanuelle Chiappone-Piriou....





Emmanuelle Chiappone-Piriou (1985) is an architect and independent curator, based in Paris. 

She is a PhD candidate at the ATTP, Technische Universität Wien (Austria) and a member of the CIVA Foundation Contemporary Culture & City scientific council. 

Her work focuses on architecture in its experimental dimension, and her research and projects are thus situated at the intersection of architecture with other disciplinary fields, amongst which art and computation.

Recent projects include research collaborations with artists and architects, amongst which [we]S.A.N.K. led by Vincent Roumagnac; exhibitions (Maître Coeur, Florian Sumi), essays and lectures. In 2017, she has joined AREA Institute as Content Director, to develop a curatorial program devoted to the mutations of architecture in relation to data and robotics, and has been an invited critic at the Plateforme de la création architecturale at the Cité de l’Architecture (Paris). 

From 2011 to 2016, she was Program curator at the Frac Centre (Orléans, France). She supervised the inaugural curatorial program for the Frac new building and was Assistant curator of the 9th edition of ArchiLab Naturalizing Architecture (2013). She curated Relief(s) (2015) and The City as a Vision (2014), as well as the program of cultural and educational events. She previously collaborated to numerous exhibitions, at the Centre Pompidou and Centre Pompidou-Metz (2009–10), then at OMA/AMO. She has written extensively for exhibition catalogues (Frank Gehry, Centre Pompidou collection, etc.). 

Emmanuelle holds and Architecture Diploma from ENSAP La Villette (Paris, 2008) and graduated in History of Architecture at Paris 1 University (2010).