A graduate in interior design and design at École Camondo in 2012, Emmanuelle Simon continued to cultivate these two disciplines by making her debut with Jean-Marie Massaud and Pierre Yovanovitch. Formative years that allowed him to work on prestigious projects around the world, alternating public projects and private residences. After having founded her agency in 2017, she won the Toulon Design Parade Public Prize with her installation La Chambre sur l'eau and presents at Rakù-Yaki's bar-cabinet to Revelations at the Grand Palais, whose collection she is currently developing. luminaries and furniture of exception. In early 2018, she signed the first Parisian address of the French-Japanese house Evidens de Beauté, while working on several private apartment projects in Paris and Val d'Isère.
Emmanuelle designs her projects with a global vision, ranging from architecture to the object. Each place is thought of as a unique setting, and thus offers a strong identity. The tailor-made furniture designed with precision and precision, is made in exchange with craftsmen with excellent know-how. We often find influences of Art Deco style and wabi-sabi philosophy. These inspirations are just like Emmanuelle Simon's aesthetic, where the raw nature of the materials adds a touch of authenticity to the clearly defined lines of the architecture. Cleverly underlined by the light, the composition of each volume reveals different perspectives thanks to the subtle transitions and thus renews this notion of experience, essential in the approach of Emmanuelle Simon.