Marie Christine Dorner
Marie Christine Dorner graduated form l'Ecole Camondo. She has designed for Zeus, Baccarat, Montis, Ligne Roset, Le Mobilier National. Prestigious brand names which demonstrate Marie Christine Dorner’s perfectionism: from her first furniture collection by Idee in Japan (1986) to her latest collection of porcelain rings by Bernardaud in Paris. An eclectic designer and cosmopolitan interior architect, she has no fixed limits or boundaries. The globe is her inspiration and global is her intention. Her diversity underlines continuity, a style which is internationally acclaimed. Starting with Hotel La Villa in Saint Germain des Pres -Paris (1988) and continuing with the Presidential stand for the Bastille Day military parade on the Champs Elysées (1980-now). From Embassies to Consulates around the world, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs trusts her to represent French creativity and elegance abroad. Co-founder of the Design Department at the Ecole Superieure d'Art et de Design in Rheims, she has led design workshops and tutorials within several other leading art & design schools in France and the UK. She was awarded the 'Grand Prix du Design' of Paris in 1995 and is referenced in 'Who's Who in France' since 1994. She now works in Paris where her latest projects are leading her from the Palais Royal Gardens to the parks of Kuala Lumpur.