Trained in fine arts and industrial design, Alain Bublex has worked for Renault before devoting himself entirely to plastic creation.
Fascinated by the city, he developed a reflection on planning utopias through his work. In this capacity, he participated in the third issue of the book-magazine STREAM, Habiter l'Anthropocène. We returned to this collaboration in the documentary "PCA-STREAM: from research to action".
From his position as a visual artist, he gives a dystopian vision of the consequences that Le Corbusier’s Plan Voisin might have had on the outskirts of Paris.
His connoisseur look at the evolution of architecture confirms the need to develop multidisciplinarity within the profession.