Jean-Marc Gady was born in Paris and began his solo career designing furniture, lighting and tableware for Ligne Roset and Liv’it. An emerging figure in new generation French design, his gift for handling the codes of de luxe creation ensures a range of intervention that extends from objects to space and includes scenography, furnishings, interior architecture and visual presentation. His portfolio speaks for itself: Apple Computers, Chanel, Christofle, De Beers, Dior, Guerlain, Moët & Chandon and many more.He took is graduation in interior architecture from the Ecole Bleue in Paris, where he later lectured there. In 2002, he joined Louis Vuitton as art director for display windows and events. He worked all over the world with LV for four years before setting up his own practice in 2005. This discovery of the world of luxury products revealed his identity as creator, structuring and confirming his approach.
In 2005 he set up his own design studio in Paris, and since 2008 he has also been in charge of design courses at the École Bleue.
Contact with a contemporary industry involved in continuing the age-old transition of the French decorative arts taught him that delight is refined and exacting, that it is never the fruit of dissipation. Acclaimed for his work as a product designer, space designer, store windows producer and scenographer, he has been awarded many grants and has figured in numerous international design publications including Surface Magazine, Artravel, and the Taschen book “Designing the 21st Century”.