Victoria Sosolic


Victoria studied interior design and environmental studies at the applied arts schools ‘École Duperré’ in Paris and the ‘Martinière-Diderot’ in Lyon. She then joined the ENSA Paris-Val de Seine architecture school where she specialized in the integration of nature in the built environment.
She contributed to exhibition scenography at the Centre Georges Pompidou and also at the Parisian office Loretta Gaïtis.
Victoria then undertook and internship at Chartier Dalix, focussing on environmental issues.
She joined Hamonic+Masson & Associés in 2016 to work on the advanced design development phase of various projects, and received her HMONP (qualification to exercise the architectural profession in one’s own name) in 2017.