The grapheme is the smallest graphic unit used in the composition of a writing system. The reunification of the letters A and E, initials of our names gives the grapheme ӕ. Like this graphic metaphor, the reunification of our two minds works together to design evocative and emotional places. Græpheme studio constructs a vision of the world and plunges the interlocutor into another reality in order to bring out a tailor-made narrative form.
Emilie graduated from Paris-Belleville Architecture School in 2009. She worked as an architect and project manager in Paris and Mexico city. Dancer as well as passionated by theatre she entered in 2014 the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London to focus on scenography projects. From there she was selected by The Place (London) to create a performance for “Fringe Shorts, Dancing our way to Edinburgh” and she started working for different french Operas like Nancy and Nice as an assistant for scenographer Annemarie Woods.
From 2016 she started working as freelancer, enhancing her practice to exhibition design. She designed the exhibition ABC Duchamp in Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen and she's currently creating a new permanent exhibition area for Islamic Arts Department of the Louvre opening in 2019. Furthermore she collaborates with Jean de Gastines Architectes in exhibitions for Quai Branly museum in Paris, and Louvre Abu Dhabi.
In 2017 she diversifies her scenography projects and becomes partner of Hexagon Collective dedicated to Fashion Performance In France and Uk. She also collaborates with Obo Global on fashion and events set designs, working for clients such as Alexandre Vauthier, Elie Saab or Cerruti.
Amelie gratuated from Paris-Val-de-Seine Architecture School in July 2012 and has been a licensed architect since July 2014. During her university studies she took particular interest in stage design. She spent one year at California Polytechnic State University where she took courses on ephemeral architecture and stage design, before finishing her diploma in Paris in a specialized Master’s program.
After graduating, she joined the theatre troupe «Winterreise» and has worked with them regularly since then. Alongside her work in set design she has worked as project manager for a number of service buildings at Scau and Ateliers Jean Nouvel architecture firms.
Since September 2015 she has been working as a freelance architect, applying for a number of competitions, realizing projects for private clients and conceiving decors for events and fashion shows during Paris Fashion Week in collaboration with Obo global.
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Emilie Delanne 06 61 69 35 89
Amélie Lauret 06 98 76 91 78