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Biehler-Graveleine

Both graduates in architecture and interior design from revered French schools, Amaury Graveleine and Marc-Antoine Biehler gained industry accolades by winning two prestigious prizes at the international Design Parade Toulon festival, including the Chanel Visual Merchandising Prize for window display.

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Both graduates in architecture and interior design from revered French schools, Amaury Graveleine and Marc-Antoine Biehler gained industry accolades by winning two prestigious prizes at the international Design Parade Toulon festival, including the Chanel Visual Merchandising Prize for window display. After honing their skills with renowned talents such as Louis Laplace, Tristan Auer, Fabrizio Casiraghi, and Christophe Delcourt, they joined forces to create their own namesake studio. Working as one, the complementary duo favors a transdisciplinary approach that encompasses all scales, from the overall project down to the smallest details.   

Signature Style

Drawing from historical references in the fields of Architecture, Design, and the Arts, Biehler – Graveleine Studio seeks to reintroduce these inspirations through a contemporary and modern lens. The Studio strives for excellence through collaboration with the finest artisans and notable savoir-faire. Ultimately, Amaury and Marc-Antoine aim to transform conventional elements to evoke emotion and surprise.

Showstoppers

The Collins armchair and ottoman. Born from a collaboration with one of Chanel’s Maison d’Art, Lesage Intérieurs, the two furniture pieces are numbered. Handcrafted at the Ateliers Jouffre in France and dressed in a hand-embroidered fabric featuring the “Chapiteau” motif from the “Folklore” collection by Biehler-Graveleine, the armchair evokes the elegance of private clubs, the warm intimacy, and the subdued atmosphere of a confidential place. It extends an invitation to a private moment, conducive to escape or discreet conversation. Paying homage to French craftsmanship, the Collins armchair is both classic and contemporary, epitomizing a timeless silhouette.

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