The interior architecture and design agency Le Berre Vevaud was founded in 2008 in Paris by two friends, Raphaël Le Berre and Thomas Vevaud.
Raphaël studied at the Penninghen school, and continued his studies at the Camondo school where he met Thomas. He then joined the MR Architecture agency in New York before broadening his experience at the Amar Studio agency in Paris.
Trained at the ateliers du Louvre and the Camondo school, Thomas Vevaud worked with Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier before joining the François Champsaur agency.
Since becoming partners, Raphaël Le Berre and Thomas Vevaud have designed both private residential projects and public spaces, including offices and restaurants. Influenced by the singularity of the colours and lines of the Memphis movement, they have renewed these influences with a sober and sophisticated style, creating elegant projects that are also reminiscent of Art Deco.
In so doing, the interior designers marry classicism with the present, combining their taste for purity with noble materials and works of art. Their Plaine Monceau, Mozart and Georges Mandel projects – to name but a few – are true showcases of beauty.