Paris Design Week 2019: alumnus Emmanuelle Simon exhibits at Joyce Gallery

The former Atelier de Sèvres student is one of the young designers belonging to the sculptural design house, Theoreme Editions.

Theoreme Editions exhibits at Joyce Gallery

Launched last April during Milan Design Week, Theoreme Editions, founded by David Giroire and Jerome Bazzocchi, develops and produces furniture, lighting and objects. Since its creation, Theoreme Editions has been showcasing contemporary designers, concerned with the craftsmanship, the choice of materials and the narrative dimension of their work.

Among them is former Atelier de Sèvres student, Emmanuelle Simon.

On the occasion of Paris Design Week, Theoreme Editions has unveiled its first collection at the Joyce Gallery, including the Jellyfish Lamp and the Bowl Mirror by designer Emmanuelle Simon.

A collection of "sculptural pieces or furniture with a strong aesthetic but pleasantly poetic, all part of a meticulously polished staging," describes NouvelObs.

Emmanuelle Simon, École Camondo graduate

A graduate in Interior Architecture and Design from the École Camondo in Paris in 2012, Emmanuelle Simon began her studies with an Art Foundation at Atelier de Sèvres. She founded her agency in 2017. The same year, she won the prestigious Public Choice Award at the Design Parade in Toulon with her installation "La Chambre sur l'eau". In 2019, the designer received the Wallpaper Design Award for the "Best Calm Spot" for La Maison Evidens de Beauté. She was also named as one of the top 100 interior designers of the moment by AD100.