At the forefront of international design, Mathieu Lehanneur is one of the few designers of his generation who can embrace as wide an activity sphere: from interiors to architecture, from art to product design, from craftsmanship to technology.
After graduating from ENSCI-Les Ateliers, he opened his studio and has worked on collaborations with prestigious brands including Veuve Clicquot, Issey Miyake, Christofle, Cartier, Poltrona Frau and JCDecaux. In 2015, he was appointed Chief Designer of Huawei. More recently, he designed the interior of the Louvre’s Café Mollien.
Mathieu Lehanneur is now one of the “World’s Top 100 Designers and Influencers”, according to Wallpaper and Surface.
He has won countless awards and his projects form part of both public and private collections (MoMA, Centre Pompidou, Museum of Decorative Arts).
He is currently working on the interior design of the new Grand Palais development, Paris, and on multiple projects such as a hybrid engine boat, a foldable electric bike, the interior design for hotels, stores and public spaces, as well as technological and pharmaceutical design ...