From her collaboration with Andrée Putman and later with Christian Liaigre in their agency, Marion Agnel-Guidoni has developed a sensitivity to the creation of furniture and lighting. Her experience with them allowed her to manage large projects around the world as an interior designer: London, Beijing, Geneva, Saint-Barth, Beirut, Paris.
Today, she signs her own creations with geometric lines, a seasoned sense of finish and proportion.
The frames in the volumes of her interior architecture and those of the furniture she creates are the heroic elements of her work: the quest for modernity.
Through horizontality and the contrast of materials, rich or poor, it is the proportion of the design that always reigns in the project. The drawing itself and its rigor. The rigor and discipline learned in the work and monastic repetition of learning drawing and architecture. She always favors light and framing, preferably close to the cinemascope format.
She lives and works in Paris.
Graduated from the Camondo school with honors.