Aurélie Rimbert, 35, is industrial and interior designer. She leaves and works in Paris. She graduated from Ecole Camondo in 2000 and worked for a number of architects and interior designers before opening her own studio in 2006.
In 2010, in collaboration with the Revalue agency in Milan, she worked on the interior design of an hotel in Rome and on the construction of the Italy Headquarters of Microsoft in Milan.
As a scenographer, an interior designer or a graphist, she worked on commissions for customers as diverse as Jacob Delafon, Seiko, the City of Music in Paris, Lancaster, TBWA, McDonald's, CAPEL, Kohler, Microsoft, the French Ministry for Sports, the Joseph Denais museum, the French High Court of Justice, BHV, La Défense business district, EVP, the city for Sciences and Industry in Paris, Le Louvre, the COMPA museum...
Aurélie Rimbert still remembers her stay in Venice in 1988 and the aesthetical revelation she went through in front of the Teatro Olimpico in Vicence and the perspectives as imagined by Andrea Palladio and Vincenzo Scamozzi.
That obsession with beauty nurtured her research on patterns, that she applied to a family of trunk inspired pieces of furniture.
What to show in our precious interiors, what to hide ? that is the question. Her answers, Aurelie Rimbert put them on stage through a series of subtle, joyful, alluring, sensual, courteous and even erotic pieces.