Born in Normandy in 1987 and educated at the École Boulle, Anthony Guerrée is a French designer who lives and works in Paris. His career demonstrates a deep attachment to high-quality craftsmanship and to the history of French decorative arts. He collaborated with Studio Andrée Putman and, between 2015 and 2020, with Christophe Delcourt, before opening his own creative studio in 2020. Through the project-manifesto entitled ‘Les Assises du temps perdu’, a collection of chairs inspired by Marcel Proust’s characters, Guerrée reveals his way of conceiving design. A few months later, he received the ‘FRENCH DESIGN 100’ award at the Elysée Palace. Anthony Guerrée collaborates with French and international brands, including De La Espada, Linteloo, Philippe Hurel, Nosten, Kann Design and M Edition, for whom he designed the ‘Fragments’ collection exhibited at Maison La Roche – Fondation Le Courbusier; he recently took over the artistic direction of Habitat.