There is geometry in the life journey of Isabelle Stanislas. Something akin to a scalene, a triangle that has no equal sides. It is apparent everywhere: in its roots that span Morocco, France, and Israel. Her work combines interior design, architecture, and furniture design. Her inspiration is permanently balancing the celebration of history, daring modernity with the will to create something essential.
Together with six friends, as a student in architecture, she founded a collective located in passage du Cheval Blanc in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, that combined art, photography, landscape design and architecture, with a common goal: to create bridges between expressions, visions and materials… She started out with living rooms, moved on to houses, and at the age of 22, she was commissioned to reinvent a private mansion. An encounter with a fashion designer led her to work on the concept of 400 stores and corners for the brand worldwide.
Other French luxury houses then followed suit: saddle makers, jewelers, and fashion designers. In the process, she refined her taste for excellence and heritage. She showcased her work at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Palais d’Iéna, and the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.
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Her work is featured in several galleries, while she turns each encounter into a source of inspiration, draws from the art of breath and light, travels through time and asserts her own vision. She is gradually adding letters to the alphabet from the past to write it in the present tense.
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