Visualization of the presidential primaries. What if every elected delegate represented the same number of votes? What if every ballot cast had the same weight in the nomination process? Would it change the number of delegates allocated to each candidate?
Tracking neighborhood change in the Bay Area
Maps of 2015 French Regional Election, using value-by-alpha maps to emphacize the urban stronghold against far-right parties. Maps published in the newspaper Libération.
Description of the postdoctoral research project I am currently pursuing at UC Berkeley
These maps are part of my PhD dissertation. It analyzes the emergence of a World-society through the joint futures of Internet and the World as a political entity.
A peak into the history of the World greatest cities, since the very first one.
Socio-spatial indicators are mapped at the communal level using a population cartogram. City centers almost always contrast with their suburbs and hinterlands. These maps have been published in Jacques Lévy's Réinventer la France.
The urban network of Barack Obama electoral body: city centers lean more democratic than their outskirts and suburbs.
Commuting Scales is an interactive map depicting the commuters space of Lausanne University Campus. Considering travel times, there is a huge gap between car transit and public transit, in favour of cars. This gap is mainly due to public transit’s low frequencies.
Maps published in the newspaper Le Monde the day after the election. Vote casts follow an urban pattern.
Exhibition performed at the 2010 Biennale for Architecture, Design and Urbanism in Bordeaux (FR) about millionnaire cities and their role in globalization.