Alix, the flower power

Alix, the flower power

I am Alix, a Frenchwoman from the Côte d'Azur who left her native south to move to the shores of Lake Geneva almost 10 years ago. I first settled in Geneva, where I worked in marketing for a watchmaking company. Two years ago, my life changed and Lausanne was its new starting point, to my great delight. I love photography and sharing emotions through moments suspended in time. My photos and videos are dedicated to sharing those snapshots of life. I am also passionate about the animal and plant world, the art of ceramic as well as the creation of herbaria that I compose from Lausanne specimens. Flowers are never very far away from me ;)
« For me, Lausanne is… the city that symbolises my renewal and that continuously inspires me in the areas of photography and creative arts. A city where I go everywhere on foot and never tire of walking the streets to discover yet unnoticed details. It’s a dynamic city that’s a great place to live in, particularly thanks to its many parks available for strollers. »
Certainly my favourite park in Lausanne. A haven of peace away from the urban hustle and bustle where I feel like I’m wandering inside a living painting. An enchanting, timeless spot that is bound to move you. When the days get warmer, I recommend treating yourself to a break in the alley of chestnut trees at the Folie Voltaire. It’s the most charming kiosk with a menu featuring simple yet delicious, seasonal dishes!
An excellent Thai restaurant that deserves to be known! As I live in the area, I regularly order takeaway. An address that is becoming better known thanks to word-of-mouth advertising. The chef and her team are extremely kind. The pad thai, prawn fritters and red curry chicken or duck are so delicious!
An address I recommend for all lovers of beautiful papers and high-quality writing materials. The managers are passionate about what they do and will give you the best advice, whether it’s for you or as a gift. The visit to this boutique at the foot of the cathedral is an experience in itself.
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