Having graduated from the Ecole Camondo in 2007, Chloé Nègre started work at Printemps-Haussman where she took part in the two year restructuring of the Parisian department store. After a mission in China for an Italian architecture firm, she joined the India Mahdavi studio as an interior designer. For 4 years she worked on projects such as the Hôtel l’Apogée in Courchevel for the Oetker group, on prestigious private residences in Connecticut, Paris and London, all while learning exactitude and how to put research at the service of creativity.
Nourished with these experiences and the project of developing her own language, Chloé Nègre opened her own office in 2015. Her passion for craftsmanship and travelling along with her unique viewpoint nurtured her early projects of spaces designed with unique identities. Her work reflects the fruits of her encounters and the history of a space, always realised with a precise and bold technical rigour.
“I don’t want to embroider around an image or to make a frame outside which nothing exists. I think of space as a whole, so that it can be viable and perennial in both reality and time.”