Interior and product based in Paris, Stéphane Parmentier was influenced in his childhood by the aesthetic of civil aviation. Aerodynamism, pure lines and design are part of his creative approach, a thread that is is to be read through desires of escape, sophistication and modernity, which Stéphane Parmentier first of all adapts to the fashion industry. The first worked with the most renowned Couture Houses in Paris such as Lanvin, Karl Lagerfeld, Givenchy and Claude Montana. At the same time, he created his own brand. After redesigning Singapore Airlines’ first and business class, Stéphane Parmentier decided to extend his activities to interior and product design, launching his studio in 2003. Since then, he has designed residences in France, in Switzerland, in the USA and in many other countries. In 2005, he started designing for Tools Galerie in Paris, creating a collection of trays and logs on the theme of «Small Architectures». Since then, he has become art director for various companies. Each project inspires another one, and this is how Parmentier can express himself in the most prestigious environments. From Wallpaper Handmade projects in Milan to AD Interiors and AD Collection in Paris, Parmentier’s designs feature an ever-lasting signature of elegance and excellence. Today artistic director of the Italian leather company Giobagnara, he also accompanies the Domaine des Etangs, and has recently been appointed art director for the Webster Home Collection. Among his international references, the designer also collaborates with the Astec (bronze and woodworker), The Manufacture Cogolin (rugs made in France) and the Belgian Maison Vervloet. Its new collaboration with Maison Pouenat, producing iconic metalwork since 1880, is now a new stepping stone in this prestigious environment.