Ophélie Férédie is currently completing the RIBA Part II Master’s in Architecture programme at the Confluence Institute in Paris, where her method of study centres on an interdisciplinary approach to architecture in practice.
In 2017, she was awarded the Prix Françoise Abella by the Academy of Arts in Paris, which allowed her to take part in various workshops focused on design processes, new technologies and the built environment. Férédie has taken part in two humanitarian-focused workshops in India where she was given the opportunity to share her insight regarding the rehabilitation of colonial constructions with local students.
Her most recent professional experience includes working for Studio Odile Decq and taking part in the 2016 Venice Biennale with ArchitekturSalon and the Sto-foundation, which focused on responsive architecture.
She was a Selected Scholar at the Norman Foster Foundation - Re-materializing Housing Workshop, supported by the Holcim Foundation and held in Madrid in 2021.