Ateliers de Paris Designers


Passionate about space and objects, Anaïs Gauthier elaborates, within her own agency, projects combining elegance and functionalism. Her search on our sensitive perception of space and objects accompany her in all her projects. She exhibited in the 2012 Milano Fuori Salone, Now le Off! during the 2012 Paris Design Week, and at the exhibition Link under the scenography of Matali Crasset. Anaïs graduated from the Camondo School Arts Décoratifs, in interior architecture and product design.

Jérémie TRIAIRE, Amandine LANGLOIS, Sophie DECOUX, Camille CHARDAYRE

Camille Chardayre, Sophie Decoux, Amandine Langlois and Jérémie Triaire form the Collectif Prémices and are all graduates from the École Boulle in space design. The multidisciplinary projects of the group are focused on spatiality and offer answers in interior architecture, design and graphics.

Their researches on new materials, like Rag Concrete, scenography and other conception tools represent the major orientation of their new studio.


Judith Bourdin graduated from the Duperré School of Applied Arts and worked as an embroidery stylist for Haute Couture and luxury clothing collections. During a fashion residence in India by the French Institute in spring 2011, she created her first collection of fashion accessories which included shawls, scarves, braces, and jewellery. Passionate about the concept of know-how, Judith is developing high-quality accessories with delicate finishing touches for her brand, de novembre. Judith collects and hunts for pictures, thread, typography, old tex・tiles, materials, fragments and odds and ends that now occupy her workshop and inspire her collections.

Laurent CORIO

After having worked as an industrial designer for several companies with clients such as Moët Hennessy, Pernod Ricard, Marionnaud, Mugler parfums, Jean-Paul Gaultier parfums, Lalique and even Coca-Cola, in 2009 Laurent Corio initiated his own project. His aim is to respond to the challenges facing industry, publishing and galleries by combining codes, landmarks and archetypes with hybrid objects inspired by joyful everyday life. He has collaborated with craftsmen such as Les Guimards and Maison Desalle, as well as manufacturers such as Vauzelle, Émile Henry and Lampe Berger. His creations are found in publishing houses such as Eno and Secondome and in the S. Bensimon and Cat-Berro galleries.

Fashion designer

Louise De Testa graduated from l’Atelier Chardon Savard in Paris and worked for Vivienne Westwood, Alexander Wang and US Vogue.

When she came back in Paris in 2011, she decided to create her unisex sportswear brand Louise de Testa, based on the use of high-making techniques and a 100% made in France production. Louise intends to develop her brand and widen her collaborations with music and sport.

André FONTES, Guillaume LEHOUX

Graduates of ENSAAMA, André Fontes and Guillaume Lehoux created the studio Noir Vif in spring 2011, between publishing objects and innovative industrial projects. For André this was a complete career change after previously working as an engineer in contact with materials and manufacturing processes. Guillaume completed his education with a Masters degree in Innovation at the National School of Arts Professions in 2010. Complementary and convinced that the pleasure of the designer is communicative, André and Guillaume prepare a narrative for each project from both sides fuelled by personal experiments and encounters. Going against the methods of academic creativity, Noir Vif works with relevant and inventive responses in terms of products, objects and set design.

Guillaume GARNIER, Florent LINKER

Saint Antoine designs site-specific furniture and lighting, for architects and decorators. It was created by Florent Linker and Guillaume Garnier, who both graduated from Camondo - Les Arts Décoratifs in interior and product design. The studio supports all stages of the product development, from sketches to delivery. Saint Antoine is based on a network of manufacturing partners selected to meet the requirements of high-end projects.