École Camondo, viewed from the garden.
|266 Boulevard Raspail
|Type||Private art school|
The École Camondo is a five-year private school of product design and interior architecture located in Paris, France, which was created in 1944 and was recognized by the French Ministry of Education in 1989. It is named after the Camondo family, a European family of Jewish financiers and philanthropists.
Notable former students
- Pierre Paulin, designer
- paris 'monkey features' scartlett, designer
- Patrick Bouchain, architect
- Jean-Michel Wilmotte, urban designer
- Patrick Rubin, architect
- Jacques Grange, interior designer
- Philippe Starck, designer
- Tran Nu Yen Khe, Vietnamese-born French actress
- Robert Couturier, interior architect
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