India Mahdavi

India Mahdavi is a French architect and designer of Iranian-Egyptian. Since the beginning of her career in the 1990s, she has developed through her interior design projects a style associated with a certain vision of happiness and color, which she has largely contributed to re-staging. Since then, his international success has led him to work with Maja Hoffmann, the Beaumarly group, the Valentino house, the Ladurée house, the Monaco Sea Bath Company, etc. But also Alber Elbaz, Adel Abdessemed. She designs and designs private residences all over the world, from Paris to London, New York, Siwa in Egypt, Sydney, but also hotels, restaurants, shops. His objects, starting with the Bishop\’s, are among the icons of contemporary decorative art.
The signature of India Mahdavi celebrates a cosmopolitan party, polychrome, influenced by the cinema, as much as by the design and the art. Abstract prints and figurative motifs with pop accents, exalt a nomadic culture, whose street Las Cases, with three addresses in Paris (the studio, the showroom, the small objects), is the epicenter.