Cécile is a French Architect and Interior Designer with over 5 years experience in France and in the UK. She graduated in 2012 with a Masters degree in Architecture from the National School of Architecture of Versailles and obtained her Part III qualification (known as the HMONP in France) in 2013.
After 2 years of working at various offices in France, in Architecture and Retail Design, she moved to London in February 2014, to join Casson Mann as a Museum Exhibition Designer.
During the last 4 years at Casson Mann, she has gained vast experience working on projects in the UK as well as in France and the USA. In May 2017 she completed "Feathers to the Stars”, a permanent gallery at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Miami. Prior to that she had worked on "La Cité du Vin", an award winning museum in Bordeaux; "Le Centre International de l’Art Pariétal" at the World Heritage Site of Lascaux; and more recently on "Churchill and the Middle East" at the Churchill War Rooms in London.
She is now working on an exciting new museum about the relationship between Britain and France throughout history, in Ouistreham (Normandy, France).