About Mathilde
I was born in Saint-Jean d’Angély in the western part of France 23 years ago. I am in my finale year at École Camondo (Paris 14th arrondissement). I’m studying design and interior architecture. I like to work on public space, playing with landscapes and observing my surroundings. I try to travel as much as possible to discover new cultures and find inspiration for new uses and forms.
http://www.mathildedemalleray.com
Current city: Paris
I was born in Saint-Jean d’Angély in the western part of France 23 years ago. I am in my finale year at École Camondo (Paris 14th arrondissement). I’m studying design and interior architecture. I like to work on public space, playing with landscapes and observing my surroundings. I try to travel as much as possible to discover new cultures and find inspiration for new uses and forms.
 
This bookstore only opened recently in my neighbourhood. I spend a lot of time there looking at the many exhibitions organized in its gallery.
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This is my favourite brasserie. Very close to my school, I often have lunch there. Every dish is delicious (no surprise there!) and service very nice. A great place for some traditional French cooking!
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This lively bar is located in the heart of Pigalle. I love to spend time there as soon as it gets warmer. This good spot is the meeting place of many artists, and nice people.
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I love to go to this library and often work there. It is very peaceful and the setting is beautiful. The library is a mine for books about design and architecture.
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Visual Artist based in Paris 
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