Morgane Roux is a French architect and designer, founder and creative art director of Atelier Avéus.
Morgane started her studies with a Bachelor of Architecture in Brussels, then she attended two Master programmes, a Master of Architecture in Paris and a Master’s in Industrial and Product Design in Domus Academy. She gained her working experience as Junior Architect in Atelier Pascal Gontier and as a Product Designer in DeepDesign and in Atelier Biagetti.
In 2016 she founded her own design studio Atelier Avéus, an Interior Design, Furniture Design and Artistic Direction practice, currently based in London. Morgane’s work is the result of deep research in iconic and symbolic references and combine the different areas of design and art. The result produces truly aesthetic objects, whose functionality becomes fully perceptible at a second glance.
“Regarding the Domus Academy experience, I would say that one of the greatest characteristics of the school is that it is very well recognized internationally. And on a more personal level, Domus Academy gave me the boost of confidence and motivation necessary to start my own practice.”
Online Talk with Rick Lee | 15.06
Our former student Rick Lee, fashion designer and university professor, interviewed by Caterina Lunghi.
Carolin Woitke finalist at Mittelmoda
Carolin Woitke finalist at Mittelmoda description.
Daniele Ficarra wins competition for Swarovski
Our former student Daniele Ficarra is one of the winners of Swarovski Foundation Institute contest.
Talk with Defne Koz & Marco Susani | 12.05
Our alumni & winners of the Compasso D’Oro, moderated by Francesca Vargiu from Studio Urquiola.