Estelle has been interested in biomimicry since 2015 as a lever for transforming our relationships with living things and a method of regenerative building design. After a year of bioinspired housing world tour from Kyoto University to MIT in 2016, she joined the Ceebios team where she co-developed the Habitat division, the Bioinspired Habitat professional training and the design methods of the bio-inspired building for project management for 6 years.
Estelle followed the dual architect-engineer course at Ecole Centrale and ENSA in Lyon (2014). She obtained the degree of Doctor in ecology and environment at the Musém d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris after an interdisciplinary CIFRE thesis in biomimicry on facades inspired by the skins, hairs and feathers of living things in 2021. Since 2023, she has shared her professional activity between research in biomimicry and the production of a cartoon report on biodiversity hotspots in South-East Asia.