Marie-Christine Dorner is a French architect, a designer and a scenographer. Graduate from the Camondo School, she drew her first furniture collection when she was 25 for the Japanese publishing house Idée. In 1987 she created her first studio in Paris and quickly stood out as one of the heads of line of the French avant-garde regarding design. She worked at the construction of the hotel "La Villa" in Saint-Germain des Prés, then the restaurant of the Comédie Française. Since 1990, she is in charge of designing the presidential forum for the July 14th parade. In 1996 she settled down in London where she has been teaching at the Royal College of Art, returning to Paris, she created in 2008 Dorner Design, a decoration workshop being interested in all the fields of design creation: Interior design (private residences, shops and restaurants), urban outdoor design, scenography, furniture (published (Montis, Ligne Roset and Zeus), tableware and lamps (Cristalleries Saint-Louis, Baccarat and Bernardaud).