Nancy Bodson began her journey in Paris in the luxury retail sector. She honed her mastery of exclusive design with her boutique design for Cartier and LVMH. Nancy scoured the globe to disover and source the most exclusive and authentic materials. In her role, Nancy helped shape a new design concept for world renown parfumeur Guerlain.
Following her traditional luxury retail experience, Nancy joined innovative and avant garde product designer Claudio Colucci. While working for Colucci, she managed to fuse traditional luxury refinement with daring new design concepts for exacting hospitality clients such as Accor Group. Her experience at Colucci inspired her challenge of traditional furniture and product design.
In 2008 she joined legendary interior architect and furniture designer Christian Liaigre. During her time at Liaigre she focused on residential, yacht and furniture design for demanding and prominent clients including Roman Abramovitch, Rupert Murdoch, Pierre Chen and Heather Reisman. She also continued her passion for commerical design projects such as the award winning Boutique Hotel of Jervois in Hong-Kong. Nancy refined her design techniques guided by Liaigre's passion for delicate luxury design that is both timeless and comfortable.
Nancy passionately believes in the intimate connection between architecture and design. Nancy obtained a degree in Architecture from The Cass in 2012, following which she joined Sir Terence Conran's architecture practice in London, Conran and Partners. At Conran and Partners, Nancy worked on both residential and commercial projects including the redesign of the iconic Centre Point building in London.