Frédéric Crouzet

Frédéric Crouzet graduated from Beaux-Arts de Paris in 1986, and went on to attend the Gemological Institute of Santa Monica in California.

At 22 years old, Crouzet met François Herail, founder of Pouray, and Nathalie Hocq, the owner of a prestigious jewelry store. He was trusted with the task of renovating and expanding the flagship store on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

Crouzet opened his first studio, alongside Bernard Hurez, called DCF (Des Créateurs Français) before opening his own atelier, Crouzet Design Studio. His work ranges from designing commercial spaces and private residences to creating visual identities for brands.

In 2003, Crouzet created CS & Associés in association with Roger Sorbac (a Marketing Sales graduate of the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry), who was in charge of the agency’s business development.

A year later, Frédéric Crouzet was tasked with creating the visual identity and signage for the “Road and Greenway Bicycles“ network for the Eure General Council. Following this project, Crouzet gave new meaning to his work by integrating “reflection, creation, technique, and an industrial design approach with the mass production of urban furniture “. In 2008, CS & associés won the right to create the visual identity & graphic charter of the Musée des Impressionnistes de Giverny.

Since 2010, Frédéric Crouzet has almost exclusively done private interior design projects, for both individuals and real estate groups alike.

The process begins with a sketch, from which Crouzet translates the client’s desires and the spirit of the project into a preview of the design. A designer and stylist at heart, he optimises spaces by harmonising them through shapes, lines, materials and finishes. He reimagines spaces while keeping in mind any constraints related to the residence itself.