Portfolio

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AMI Paris – Spring Summer 24

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Cap 74024 – James Franco

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Cap 74024 – Charlotte Casiraghi

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Alpine Daze – Global Studio

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AMI Paris – Spring Summer 24

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Saint Laurent – Manifesto Magazine

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Louis Vuitton – Lampoon Magazine

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Lala & See – Redbull

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AMI Paris – Fran Drescher

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Vanity Fair X Juliette Binoche

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Y3 Adidas – Global Studio

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Cartier

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Louis Vuitton – Saint-Valentin

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Gucci – Cap 74024

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Louis Vuitton

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Numéro Netherland

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Acumen Magazine

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Citizen K

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Lampoon Magazine X Vimala Pons

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Collecting Playground

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Vincent Cassel – Cap 74024

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Numéro Netherland

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Heroïne

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Highsnobiety x Not in Paris

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Numéro Netherland

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Highsnobiety x Vilebrequin

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T le Temps

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Commons&sense Magazine

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The Greatest Magazine

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Vogue Portugal

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L’Officiel Italia X Isabelle Huppert

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Design Parade Toulon – Villa Noailles

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Pangaia

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Madame Figaro X Juliette Armanet

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Hermesistible

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L’Officiel

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L’Officiel

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Bugs

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Chenlu

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L’Officiel

accoudoir


"Accoudoir" is the studio created by Clément Pelisson for his creative activities as a set designer. Based in Paris and Marseille, Clément has always harbored an obsession for spaces and staging.

He grew up in the suburbs of Paris in a residence designed by the communist architects Renée Gailhoustet and Jean Renaudie. From a very young age, Clément thought that triangular floor plans and the absence of doors were the norm. This environment led him to pursue a career in interior architecture and scenography for brands such as Givenchy Parfums and Paco Rabanne, before launching his own studio. He naturally chose the name "Accoudoir" to emphasize the curiosity he carefully injects into his work for major brands like Hermès, Pangaia, and Jean Paul Gaultier, as well as publications such as Vogue Portugal, L'Officiel Italia, The Greatest, and Madame Figaro.

Why "Accoudoir"? Because it is both a meeting place and a place of discord.