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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.
AMÉLIE LAURET & ÉMILIE DELANNE
Amélie Lauret, graduated from Paris-Val-de-Seine Architecture School and California Polytechnic State University with a focus on ephemeral architecture and stage design. Emilie Delanne, graduated from Paris-Belleville Architecture School and Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. After several years working independently as architects and set designers in France and worldwide, Amélie Lauret and Emilie Delanne recently decided to combine their experiences and fund a multidisciplinary studio.
Græphème designs temporary and permanent exhibitions for Orsay museum, Orangerie museum, MUCEM (Marseille), Louvre museum, National Museum of the History of Immigration, National Archives, Holocaust memorial, Quai Branly museum in Paris, and Arts museum of Rouen. The Studio created in 2019 a new permanent exhibition area for Islamic Arts Department of the Louvre. Moreover, it collaborates with architects in cultural, educational and urban projects.
At the same time, passionate about the performing arts, they collaborate with directors and sign scenographies for operas such as La Bohème at the Mainfranken Theatre in Wurzburg, Germany, L'île du rêve at the Athénée Theatre with the company "Winterreise". In 2020, they are semi-finalists of the international "RingAward20" prize for directing and scenography. They also realize interior design projects for private clients and conceived sets for events and fashion shows for clients such as Poiret, Roger Vivier, Lacoste, L'Oréal, Elie Saab, The Kooples, Lemaire, Alexandre Vauthier, Elie Saab et Cerruti.
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