Isabelle Stanislas graduated as a DPLG architect at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1999. During her studies and until 2002, she created a creative team of photographers, landscape designers, graphic designers and architects.
Contests and creations diverse, fuel this association. From 2003 to 2012, Isabelle Stanislas set up her agency, where she developed store concepts such as Zadig & Voltaire, ephemeral events for Hermès or Cartier, apartments and houses in Paris and abroad.
In 2013, she created luminaries: light is her anchor in architecture. It is edited by Nina Yashar, from the Nilufar Gallery in Milan.
In 2014, she launched her line of limited edition furniture made of marble, onyx and cashmere. She offers Decorative Arts an interior to live in which she develops her artistic thought of the structure.
It favors the enhancement of elements of the past which it revitalizes with a very precise attention focused on the light and the use of contemporary materials.
It uses historical elements to a limited palette of raw colors. Through constant dialogue between interior and exterior, it opens new perspectives and gives each space its temporal depth between present, past and future.