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Belle Magazine Australia|October 2020
Finding the perfect fit is this man’s business.

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR WORKSPACE?

Typically Parisian. A Haussmann-style apartment converted into an office is common for high-end, small companies in Paris. It’s very cosy: warm in winter and full of light in summer. And with a fireplace I love.

WHAT APPEALED TO YOU ABOUT THE SPACE? DID IT NEED SIGNIFICANT ALTERATIONS?

It is a stylish space that matches USM’s values. I hired Philippe Cosson, a talented interior designer, who advised to repaint it, add designer lighting and rugs on the wooden floors to minimise noise.

WHAT ARE YOUR DESK ESSENTIALS?

Practical, beautiful storage that helps me organise my files.

WHAT IS UNIQUE ABOUT YOUR WORKSPACE? HOW DOES IT REFLECT THE WORK THAT YOU DO?

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