Fabrice Ausset

Fabrice Ausset builds playful spaces and suprising projects with unusual and refreshing ideas.

 

Paying careful attention to his customers' wishes, he considers each project as a whole new universe, questionning usual codes to transform the places he designs.

 

Great colorist and passionate about contemporary art, he creates poetic and whimsical spaces. He is also demanding, rigorous and involved in each of his projects : each project is a unique story, each project must bescome a magical space.

 

Raised in the tradition of arts and french excellence, Fabrice Ausset enlights everyday life, blending traditional and contemporary references, clean lines and surprising boldness, austerity and opulence. His interior designs and outdoor perspectives show the same attention to détails, colors and materials.

 

He draws his inspiraton from different periods, on different continents, in multiple art forms (painting, architecture, design, cuisine, littérature). Enlighted collector, Fabrice Ausset uses his precious knowledge for each and every a project. And beyond safe bets, he also promotes young and talentous artists.

 

 

Finally, being both an architect and an artist, or a colorist and a sculptor, Fabrice Ausset is passionate about design, which allows him to express his creativity in unusual and ambitious projects of different kinds : luxury apartments, large hôtels, rehabilitaion of a castle, stage exhibitions for major brands, concept stores… 

 

Born in the South of France, he quickly becomes interested in different courses of Nîmes Fine Arts School (« Ecole des Beaux Arts »), and finds his passion for architecture.

Fabrice Ausset’s first projects show his preference for unusual projects : huts, sheds, textile, enamel, illustrations…

 

Just after graduating from Marseille architecture school, Fabrice Ausset, together with his associate Eric Bougaud creates Zoevox Studio in 1987 in which they share a common creative vision.

 

A few benchmarks in this creative career :

 

2012: construction of three wooden buildings in the 20th district in Paris

2012: luxury offices for Macif

2011: project of a 4 star hotel in the 7th arrondissement

2010: First bank concept store in France: BNP Paribas Place de l'Opera

2009: « La Ferrandaise » and « L’ardoise » restaurants in Paris

2009: 3-star hotel « Fontaines du Luxembourg » in Paris

2008: loft house in Colombes

2007: 3 star hotel in Paris : « Saint Vincent »

2006 : concept store "66 Champs Elysées"

2000: Japan scenography for Celine (LVMH)

1999: Baccarat showcases for the United States

1997: complete rehabilitation of a castle in Normandy: architecture, decoration and garden

1996: winner of Arthus & Associates for the VMF frameworks restoring gardens

1988: 3 star hotel in Paris: « Novanox »

1987: Diploma of architect DPLG, creation of Agency Zoevox Eric Bougaud

 

Le studio

Nous réunissons architectes dplg, architectes d’intérieur cfai, designers, décorateurs, graphistes et pilotes de travaux pour mener à bien vos projets.  

 

Virginie Leclercq

virginie

Architecte dplg

Experte en pathologies du bâtiment, notre « Dr House » brille par sa puissance de travail et sa force tranquille. Libre et anticonformiste, ses domaines de compétence vont des sports auto à la voile, en passant par l’architecture bien sûr!

 
Charlotte Masson
 
 
Architecte d'intérieur
 
Charlotte a probablement été tour opérateur dans une vie antérieure, et elle en a gardé les stigmates: curiosité, ouverture d'esprit, précision et organisation caractérisent chacune de ses actions. Son tempérament aussi flamboyant que sa crinière égayent les quotidien de ceux qui ont la chance de la côtoyer!
 
 
Laurie Courtillat
 
 
Architecte d'intérieur
 
Laurie est la première (et certainement la seule) à avoir rédigé sa lettre de motivation en alexandrins. Aussi discrète qu'efficace, et aussi douce que précise, notre jeune cépage est comme le bon vin, et se bonifie avec le temps... 
 
  
 
Anne Philip
 
 
Designer Mobilier
 
 
Aurélie Glémeau
 

 

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Le Cercle Design 20/21