Adrien Gardère is a renowned French designer born. He was born in 1972. Adrien Gardère works throughout the world creating a strong and relevant relationship between traditional and contemporary lifestyles. He talks about the impact of design in our daily lives and his current projects in designing museums.
In 2000, he set up the Studio Adrien Gardère that features three areas of expertise: furniture and lighting design, museography and exhibition design, as well as interior design.
He has designed some prestigious museums such as Musée du Louvre-Lens in the north of France (2012) , the Cairo Islamic Art Museum in Egypt (2010), and is currently designing the future Aga Khan Museum in Toronto (2013), the future Roman Antiquities Museum of Narbonne in France, as well as all the exhibitions of the International Festivals of the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.
He has a strong determination in the innovation, comfort, intuitive understanding, emotion, scientific expertise and educational value. He also has demonstrated his great adaptability to foreign countries and cultures and his ability to communicate effectively with industrials, craftsmen, business people, museum curators, scientists and experts. His professional approach has met with global success in projects ranging from furniture, lighting and product design, to exhibition and museum design.