I spent my childhood between the "old continent" and the "new world", sometimes fascinated by tall buildings, paved streets with their sidewalks, entrance halls with their stairs or even their elevators, sometimes by houses colonial-style and colorful, the gospels of the Evangelists - disconcertingly cheerful; the expanse of sand - its turquoise horizon; the "tanks" we used to draw water from to shower my sister and I when we were little.
In this context, I gradually built a world of my own.
After a DEA in Information and Communication Science at the Sorbonne, and professional beginnings as an assistant press officer, I finally seized the opportunity to become an account manager in post-production in the television field, then a producer in advertising.
Following an accident in life – and a lot of questioning – drawing had a therapeutic virtue. That’s when I decided to change my path. I enrolled in the interior design course at the Boulle school to acquire the knowledge and tools necessary to practice this profession. Freshly certified in 2018, I started working for a few firms, before starting my own studio in 2020.
I like to get out of the box. Transforming places that are a bit cold and austere, for example, into places that promote happiness, complicity, comfort and sharing, all in an eco-responsible and biosourced dimension.
I like to mix the warmth of a Mediterranean style with colonial elegance, and spice it up with ethnic touches.
For me, interior design is not an end in itself. It is an extremely powerful way to create a setting that is vibrant, that expresses joy, conviviality, authenticity… life.
Whether it is for projects of apartments, houses, offices, stud farms or even stores, I study each project with the passion and especially the curiosity that drives me.