Having graduated from the École Camondo in 2012, the French-Israeli interior architect and designer Emmanuelle Simon continued to devote herself to these two disciplines by starting her career off with Jean-Marie Massaud and Pierre Yovanovitch. These formative years gave her the opportunity to work on prestigious projects all around the globe, building experience in designing both public projects and private homes. Emmanuelle applies a global vision to her projects, from architecture to individual objects. Her work is often inspired by the Art Deco style and wabi-sabi philosophy. These influences reflect Emmanuelle Simon’s aesthetic approach, where the raw nature of materials breathes a note of authenticity into the carefully designed lines of the architecture.