Marie-Charlotte Lemoine holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Architecture (2012), with great honors, from the National Superior School of Architecture Paris-Val-de-Seine; She is a licensed Architect (since 2013) in France where she received the Tony Garnier Urban Design Award from the Academy of Architecture in 2013 for one of her personal project « Peninsulia », an architectural, urban and territorial strategy to rebuild the industrial peninsula of Caen in France, into an adaptable city in space time. Following this prize, she became a member of the Jury.
From 2012 to 2014, she worked as an Architect in Paris, on a variety of projects, ranging from competitions to the construction administration, on collective and private housing project, sports facilities and auditoriums.
Enriched by her various personal and professional experiences and projects carried out in different environments (France, Denmark, Benin, Burkina Faso) she has always had an interest in local culture and global culture.
Maire-Charlotte Lemoine has been with OLI since 2014.