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Mathilde Le Coutour is a 3D designer creating immersive environments and exhibitions for clients such as the V&A, Christie’s, Bonhams, Moynat.

She started her career at the exhibition design studio Agence NC Nathalie Crinière in Paris, where she developed exhibitions for national and international museums like the musee d'Orsay, Petit Palais, Denver Art Museum, as well as installations and window displays for fashion houses such as Christian Dior and Berluti. 

As an independent designer, she created window displays for the leather goods brand Moynat (LVMH).

After moving to London in 2014 she worked for Adjaye Associates architecture studio before joining Christie’s where she designed museum quality exhibitions such as the Audrey Hepburn collection alongside a variety of exhibitions, installations and graphic design projects.

At Candlestar / Photo London, she develops the exhibition design, graphics, wayfinding and digital design campaigns for the Photo London fair, whilst designing the Prix Pictet exhibition touring across the world.

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