Born in Paris, March 15, 1981, Marie-Aurore Stiker-Metral set up her workshop near the Duroc metro station in the old shop where her grandmother sold the furniture and kitchens made by her cabinetmaker grandfather and then after the death of this one kitchen utensils and toys. It was in this place of her childhood that she developed her taste for objects, materials and colors.
She graduated from ENSCI-Les Ateliers
since December 2007. She began this training as an industrial designer after four years of graduate studies in philosophy, including one at the University of Urbino in Italy. She works in various fields such as furniture, lighting, textiles, decoration, scenography or interior architecture. She collaborates with publishers like Ligne Roset, l’Atelier d’études, Oxyo, Toiles de Mayenne, Ateliers d’Aubusson and scenography and graphic design agencies such as Nathalie Crinière or C-Album as well as with institutions such as the Ministry of Culture, the Museum of Decorative Arts or art centers.
She has won several VIA labels, the Audi Talents Awards, the Pierre Cardin Prize and the Visa for Osaka awarded by the city of Paris.
In addition to her designer activity, Marie-Aurore shares her experiences in teaching in different schools such as the Fine Arts in Rennes, the Camondo School, the ENSAD …