Adrien Gardére is a young designer who works and collaborates with various firms from all over the world. After completing his studies, he started work in 2000 and since then, his creations have gained the attention of museums, businesses and exhibitions worldwide, and are on permanent display in galleries such as the Musèe des Arts Dècoratifs in Paris, and the Design Museum de Belem etc. His creations can be found in Portugal and in Lisbon. His studio designed the Museum Louvre-Lens in the north of France, and the Museum of Ag Khan in Toronto, just to name a couple of works. As well as being involved in traditional architecture, he is well-known for industrial architecture, interior design and the creation of furnishings and furniture. His success in the architectural field comes from his personal ability to get into the feel of his surroundings and bring out just the right amount of inspiration.
He has worked in Cairo, Egypt in the Museum of Islamic Art, and the National Egyptian Museum, in India, and with the National Institute of Design in America, and many other museums and exhibitions of great importance. What makes him stand out from many other designers is his intuitive ability to create a bond between traditions and innovations.
In the furniture sector he produces objects with clever working mechanisms using new, high-tech materials. These items have engaging designs and have given way to some profitable collaborations with Artemide, Ligne Roset, Krios Italia Saaz, Edizioni perimetrali and many others. In his creations, innovation, scientific experience, and comfort go hand in hand, giving way to a strong determination and huge talent. His designs range from furnishings with a minimalist style to the setting up of museum displays and exhibitions of various kinds, as well as designer products and modern, contemporary illumination. All in all, he is a designer and architect of undoubted creative value.