Our mission at Horus Paysages is to create a link that connects you to nature and to your garden.
Listening to the natural dynamics that breathe life into your location, understanding the spatial layout, and reawakening the beauty that lies dormant within it. With Horus, every location is tailored to your exact specifications.
For Horus, a landscape is a living project. That is why we pay special attention to the beauty of life through our respect for ecosystems and biodiversity. For us, nature is the best source of inspiration.
At Horus, we cultivate curiosity and love to nurture what we grow … our eye … and everything that surrounds us. From architecture and design to haute couture, naturalism, and ecology. It’s all inspiration!
Our goal is to build an ever-expanding network of partners, including urban planners, architects, landscape designers, horticulturists, ecologists, designers, and a variety of other experts based on each project’s specifications.
After a childhood spent observing birds and collecting rare plants in the heart of the Lorraine countryside, it is in the buildings of the Palace of Versailles that an epic in several chapters gradually emerges... between architecture, landscape, the art trade, events, and natural survival.
- 1997-2017, Naturalism among the forests and ponds of Lorraine
- 2013, L2 Architecture at ENSA-Versailles
- 2014-2022 Wilderness immersions
- 2017, M2 Landscape at ENSP-V
- 2018-2019 worker
- end 2019 Starts Horus
- 2017, ‘Brut d’absolu’ published in Tiret du 6
- 2019, ‘Trésor de la Dame Blanche’ published in Tiret du 6
- 2017, 1st prize in the SNCF flash competition at Gare Saint-Lazare
- 2018, 3rd prize in the SNCF flash competition at Gare Melun
- 2019, Shortlisted in the ONFxMaison Martell competition
- 2021, Shortlisted at the International Gardens Festival of Chaumont-sur-Loire
- 2021, Shortlisted for Outside the Walls at La Villette Park at the International Gardens Festival of Chaumont-sur-Loire
DPLG stands for “Diplômé Par Le Gouvernement” [Government Accredited].
The title of Landscape Designer DPLG is conferred by only four French schools, the Ecoles Nationales Supérieures de Paysage [Higher National Schools of Landscape]. It is a guarantee of quality earned after six years of study.
Stanislas was introduced to the language of architecture, along with its rigour, logic, and aesthetics, at the ENSA-V (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles), which is located in the small stables on the palace grounds. These few years laid the groundwork from a technical, theoretical, and sensitivity standpoint. A superb introduction to the world of landscape!
After studying architecture, he went on to study Landscape at the ENSP-V (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage de Versailles). Stanislas was introduced to a vast and ever-changing world during his four years at the Potagers du Roy. Living to develop the sensitivity and ethics unique to the landscape, listening to the land and those who live there, taking advantage of the forces at play, and working with the soil, water, life.... and time!
During his studies, Stanislas became acquainted with the world of art bargaining (auction houses, foundations, and cocktails). Initially a collector and then a seller, he specialised in sketching fashion by establishing the Cabinet d’Art. Later, at the Royal Opera of the Palace of Versailles, he took part in the prestigious events of the royal opera, the Trianon, and in the palace park. As a landscape artist, art is an endless source of inspiration.
As soon as he gets the opportunity, Stanislas loves to leave it all. Alone... with a tarp, a bag, and some rations. From Lapland and Iceland, to Scotland, Switzerland, and Kazakhstan, with chance as a guide, he ventures to distant landscapes, far away from civilisation. During these moments of survival in solitude, he becomes acutely aware of the vastness of the raw, wild landscapes that surround him. Beyond mere landscapes, he attempts to blend among ecosystems. This is the logic and aesthetics that Stanislas seeks to instil in projects designed by Horus Paysages.
Claire-Marie uses her organisational skills in administrative management at Horus. When it comes to invoicing, she is the one who connects with the accountant, the insurance companies, our partners, and our customers.
Christopher, graphic designer
Christopher provides graphic design services for Horus. With his training in landscape representation, he is responsible for optimising the computer graphics at Horus and assisting the landscape designer in the project’s representation process.