Didier Faustino (b. 1968) analyzes the relationship between body and space. Apart from architecture, his experimental practice also includes installation and furniture.
Faustino’s architecture firm, the Bureau des Mésarchitectures, is located in Paris. Humor and critique are also part of his working philosophy.
Close to sculpture and installation, his works can be seen in the collections of such contemporary art galleries as Michel Rein (Paris/Brussels), Galeria Filomena Soares (Lisbon), and Parque Galería (Mexico City).
Faustino attaches great importance to education. He taught the Diploma 2 course at the Architectural Association in London, one of the most prestigious architecture schools in Europe.