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Adrien Gardère is a French designer and museographer, born in 1972. 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. His personal experience and choices soon made him establish solid working partnerships with large institutions in Western and Eastern metropolises, thereby developing projects adapted both to the local demand as well as international strategies: - Paris – France (the Musée du Louvre, the Museum of Decorative Arts, National Museum of Architecture and Heritage). - Lens – France (the Musée du Louvre-Lens) - Lisbon – Portugal (Design Museum, Centro do Belem), - Washington DC – United States (the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts) - Cairo – Egypt (the Islamic Art Museum, the Egyptian National Museum, the Museum of Historic Cairo), - Teheran - Iran (the National Carpet Museum), - Ahmedabad - India (the National Institute of Design, India), - Surabaya - Indonesia (French Cultural Centre, Indonesia), Designer with no frontiers, Adrien Gardère creates a successful dialogue between traditional skills and new techniques, between innovation and comfort, comprehension and emotion, scientific expertise and pedagogic finesse. His creations, produced by companies such as Artemide, Ligne Roset, Perimeter Editions, Krios Italia and Saazs, result from a continuous analysis of contemporary practices and cultural contexts, from the appropriate use of production tools, new materials and ingenious mechanisms. His objective is clear: to create relevant, legitimate and clearly understandable products, installations and spaces. For Adrien Gardère, design and architecture are, first and foremost, a manner of seeing mankind, his practices and his ingenuity.