Celine is a French interior Architect living in the Netherlands.
After an international career in education and a continuous interest in the world of Art, she decided to fully embrace a new career. She first obtained an assistant interior architecture degree in Paris from the Ecole Boulle. Then once life brought her to The Netherlands she joined the Rietveld Academy in Architectural design and graduated with a BNI nomination award for the most talented graduate.
Celine is an international interior designer who listens to the desires, needs and dreams of the client to reinvent elegant and unique interiors.
Every project has its own identity. It is a privilege to create and reinvent places with a new vision every time. Using her experiences and sensibility in many fields such as art, music, cooking... and in close relation with the client's one brings the essence in the design.
The continuous evolution in the project at all levels from the starting idea to the final touches allows every actors of this common work as well as the client who can be involved as much as he feels, to create a great interior.
What to expect
WORK PHASES OF THE INTERIOR ARCHITECT - SPACE DESIGNER
PHASE 1: CONCEPT
Preliminary study proposing a conceptual approach defining the outline of the design. It includes outlook sketches, a work file allowing a rough estimate of the work.
1.1 First outline (ESQ)
1.2 Preliminary design (APS)
PHASE 2: DETAIL DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATION
Detailed study proposing plan, sections and elevations.
A description by profession, materials, product references, colours, activities to be carried out. Step required to launch tenders with contractors
2.1 Definitive design (APD)
2.2 Outline of the definitive design (PCG)
2.3 Preparation of a dossier of contractors’ offers (DCE)
2.4 Assistance in selecting contractors (AMT)
PHASE 3: FOLLOW UP OF THE WORK
Coordination and follow-up of the various stages of the construction site until the acceptance of the work.
3.1 Supervising the execution of the work (DET)
3.2 Support in delivery and acceptance (AOR)