Interior architect and designer, a graduate of the Camondo school, Charlotte Biltgen worked with Sylvain Dubuisson before joining India Mahdavi's agency, where she became artistic director in 2009. She works on many architectural subjects, of design, scenography, while creating collections of furniture and objects. This rich and intense collaboration allows her to travel all over the world and participate in prestigious and varied projects.


In 2014, she opened her own agency in Paris.

Resolutely inscribed in the tradition of the great French designers, Parisian chic rooted in its genetic heritage and a learned culture of materials, Charlotte Biltgen designs for a context: restaurant, hotel or residential space, she invents an atmosphere for each project, the over- measure as the only red thread of a creative vocabulary in perpetual renewal. Able to think decor and detail in the same movement, she designs furniture and objects as we mentally photograph an atmosphere that does not yet exist, with an absolute concern for the perfect finish.

“I approach each project with a new breath and I establish a resonance between architecture, decoration and the place which is entrusted to me, paying particular attention to the sincerity of the creative work. I imagine a story and I create an exceptional, sophisticated and moving universe, without ever imposing a decor. "


Attached to precision, elegance and delicacy of lines, Charlotte Biltgen designs numerous pieces of furniture, armchairs, sofas, tables, lights. She composes and contrasts with the curve, the color and the material as the main elements of language.

This dialogue between the right form and noble and living materials allows him to create timeless objects that the years will come to skate.

Its collections are handcrafted by carefully selected factories according to rigorous and demanding quality criteria. Charlotte Biltgen is nourished and enriched by the expertise of the know-how of the craftsmen who accompany her, and pays particular attention to each production which is the subject of a follow-up and a dialogue with the craftsman and thus allowing it to obtain a perfect finish in the search for excellence.