Olivier Gagnère is a French artist and designer born in 1952. In the 80s, he meets the designer Ettore Sottsass and collaborates with the group Memphis in Milan.
He then worked with the glassmakers of Murano and the Master Craftsmen of the whole monte for the realization of his first creations including glass objects and porcelain. He collaborates with major French brands as well as with galleries such as Marc Lamouric, Néotu, Kréo and Maeght where his works are exhibited.
As early as 1992, Olivier Gagnère designed among other things, a porcelain collection for the great Bernardaud house, which he later managed to decorate the rue Royale tea room in Paris. Then in 1994, he realized the decoration of the Café Marly at the Louvre Museum by developing all the furniture and lighting.
His successes follow one another with the Cristalleries Saint Louis, Artelano, Veronese ...
Between renovation, landscaping, ceramist, cabinet maker, interior designer, decorator and designer, Olivier Gagnère is a complete artist with an eclectic profile who draws his inspiration from the decorative arts mixing tradition and modernism.