The designer Pauline Deltour was born in 1983 in Landerneau in France. She first graduated from ENSAAMA in 2003, where she studied applied art and designer. In 2007 she became a graduate of ENSAD.
Originally from Brittany, the designer has never forgotten Brignogan Bay and her native Brittany. A caressed bay of organic forms, with suggestive rocks rising like anecdotes on a tongue of fine sand.
For three years, between 2006 and 2009, Pauline Deltour went to assist the German designer Konstantin Grcic in Munich. It is with him that she learns her job, considers new methods of work and deepens her stylistic vocabulary. She decides to come back to Paris in 2011, armed with a solid experience and to create her object design company. She also collaborates on scenographic projects in interior architecture. In 2017 she joined the emblematic French publishing house, CVL.
Pauline Delour says: "I came across the job of designer by chance, when I went to first class at a trades forum in Angers. Forum where exhibited the design school of Nantes-Atlantique. What attracts Pauline to design is her manual, art-like, creative but realistic look.