By combining architecture, art, and technology, Marie Page employs an interdisciplinary approach to imagine and design various structures and interventions. She uses both physical and immaterial devices to create projects that explore the relationships between space, time, environment, and people. By adding new functions to the city or habitat, she seeks to propose a sensitive narrative that is in line with its constantly evolving environment. The resulting built and non-built interventions thus open a dialogue with pre-existing physical or cultural elements, without seeking to impose a new static condition. Between 2016 and 2020, she worked at the architecture firm camponovo baumgartner and the urban planning firm Raum404 in Zurich. She notably developed several competition-winning projects there. Since 2019, she has been working independently and co-founded the collective la-clique. Concurrently, she also conducts research at EPFL Architecture on knowledge transfer, by developing digital and physical tools to facilitate the dissemination and appropriation of research and teaching results.