Line Fontana is an Interior Architect. She graduated from the ESAA, Geneva, in 1997 and was awarded prizes by the Geneva Canton Fund and Visual Art Decoration, and also by the Geneva Intergroup of Architects’ Associations. She engaged in a one-year training course in stage design at Télévision Suisse Romande. In 1999, she joined the Geninasca-Delefortrie architecture office in Neuchâtel where she was in charge of competitions and renovations. She moved to Paris in 2001 to train as a lighting designer with Yves Chambaret. In 2001, she also received a Swiss Federal Fine Arts grant from for a term at the Cité Internationale des Art in Paris. In 2002, Line Fontana joined the Design and Interior Architecture Department of the Jean Nouvel office, headed by Yves Marbrier, where she worked as project manager on international commissions. In 2006, she founded Atelier L+D with David Fagart. She has produced a number of projects for private clients in France. Since 2008, Line has been teaching the HEAD-Geneva workshop course on the theme of housing. For the past three years, she has been focusing on the issue of housing in Geneva. In 2014, Line Fontana, David Fagart and François Leininger set up POST-OFFICE ARCHITECTES, an urban planning, architecture and interior design agency located in Paris and New York.