by Vanna Villa

Emmanuelle Simon graduated in interior architecture and design at the Camondo School in 2012, and continued to cultivate these two disciplines by taking her first steps with Jean-Marie Massaud and then Pierre Yovanovitch. These formative years have allowed him to work on prestigious projects throughout the world, alternating public projects and private residences.

After founding her interior architecture and design agency in 2017, she won the Prix du Public de la Design Parade de Toulon with her installation “La Chambre sur l’eau” and presented at Révélations au Grand Palais the Cabinet Bar Raku-Yaki, whose collection of exceptional lighting and furniture is now on sale. At the beginning of 2018, she signed the first Parisian address of the Franco-Japanese House Evidens de Beauté, while working on several spa, boutique and private apartment projects in Paris and Val d’Isère. In 2019, Emmanuelle Simon received the Wallpaper* Design Award from the “Best Calm Spot” for La Maison Evidens de Beauté and was selected in the ranking of the 100 decorators of the moment by the AD100. The agency is also setting up its new offices in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris to set up its showroom.

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