Some can pinpoint the exact moment they wanted to become a designer, while others see it as more of a natural evolution. What best describes your path to interior design and starting your own namesake studio?
Jean-Charles Tomas: It’s always been clear to me that I needed to pursue something creative. From a very young age, I’ve had this desire to understand how things are made, so I was constantly asking questions. I was also drawing at every available opportunity on any surface I could find.
At first, I was more drawn to furniture design, which brought me to New York for a few years. When I moved back to the south of France, I was introduced to an interior design studio based in Monaco, which shaped my path to where I am today.