Trained at the École Boulle where design is inevitably contemplated through the prism of crafts, Anthony Guerrée very early on became part of a reflexive dynamic oscillating between tradition and innovation. An apprenticeship that took him to Japan to collaborate with a master glassmaker.
Fascinated by interior designers of the 1930s, he joined Studio Andrée Putman in 2010 to carry out projects with major artisan firms. He also designed custom-made furniture for interiors in France and abroad.
In 2015, he joined Christophe Delcourt and accompanied him for five years in the design of Delcourt Collection furniture but also in his various collaborations with French and international firms such as Minotti, Collection Particulière or CC-Tapis.
In 2020, Anthony Guerrée opened his studio and developed his own style, the result of his many travels, encounters and readings. “The foundations of lost time”, his first collection of furniture, is inspired by characters from Marcel Proust. For the collection “the foundations of lost time” Maison Drucker made a very original medallion chair named Odette. After a first exhibition of models at the Galerie Gallimard in 2019, and a book published by Bouclard editions in 2020, 8 chairs were exhibited for the first time at Cornette de Saint Cyr in Paris in partnership with Atelier Jespers in February 2021.