French designer Charlotte Juillard studied interior architecture in Paris at the Camondo School. She completed her final year project in partnership with the prestigious Manufacture de Sèvres and then entered into a residency at Fabrica, the Benetton group’s research and communication center based in Treviso, Italy. During a year and a half she experienced a real artistic emulsion and confirmed her attraction for object design alongside young talents of different nationalities and backgrounds.
Selected in 2014 by the incubator «les Ateliers de Paris», she set up her own studio dedicated to object design and scenography. She exhibited in Paris, in September 2016, her collection «Lavastone» inspired by the volcanic rocks of the Naples region, among the 6 talents invited by the Maison & Objet show. She also signs numerous creations for Molteni, Ligne Roset, Christian Lacroix, Duvivier canapé, Hartô or Seletti and teaches, in parallel, at the Camondo school. Her creative approach is at the heart of the valorization of the material thanks to a research based on gestures and know-how.