Paule Perron obtained her state diploma in architecture in June 2016 within the ENSA Paris Malaquais in the THP department (Theory History Project). Since June 2017, she has been the holder of the French HMONP (Habilitation to exercise the Project Management in her own name). Following her studies, she first worked for the Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture agency where she managed various projects: the Les Grands Verres restaurant at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris and the open archives of the Saradar Collection in Lebanon between other. She then joined the Moreau Kusunoki agency, for which she oversaw the construction site of the future campus of SciencesPo school in Paris. In parallel to these collaborations, Paule develops research projects through the follow-up of seminars at EHESS to question the influence of space on the construction of gender behavior. She also carries out personal projects such as a salt pavilion at the Festival des Architectures Vives de Montpellier in collaboration with Lina Jaïdi. His work has been published and exhibited in various books, media and cultural venues such as the Villa Noailles in Hyères.