Didier Faustino is an artist and architect who works on the intimate relationship between body and space. His approach is multifaceted, from the creation of visual art to the design of spaces that exacerbate the senses. Prominent projects include Body in Transit, which is in the collection of the Centre Pompidou, Paris, and Double Happiness, presented at the Hong Kong/Shenzhen biennale in 2009. Faustino received the Académie d'Architecture's Dejean Prize for Lifetime Achievement in 2010. He is currently working on prestigious architectural projects around the world, including a library and a cultural center in Mexico, and an experimental house in Spain for the curatorial series Solo Houses.