Raphaëlle Chéré landscape designer
Manager of SATIVA Paysage since 2010, Raphaëlle Chéré is a landscape engineer and graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Nature et du Paysage de Blois (ENSNP).
She has developed a sensitive approach to spaces with the aim of creating a sustainable link within urban spaces, specialising in alternative rainwater management and ecological construction and engineering techniques, and is above all attached to a sustainable approach.
SATIVA Landscape is taking over the Fleur de Loire garden development project from Nicolas Orgelet, the landscape designer who initiated the project, in order to bring it to fruition.
The first challenge was to characterize the unchanging Loire landscape within the different spaces around the building, and to bring back the vegetal and fluvial aspect in the scenography of the site.
The use of limestone but also of sustainable materials from the region will also dress the site, in continuity with the public spaces of the city.
The search for permeability and the reconstitution of environments are key elements dear to both chef Christophe Hay and Raphaëlle Chéré, both of whom are committed to a sustainable eco-responsible approach.
Just like the daily changing landscapes of the Loire, the garden will be varied and moving in this same inspiration.