Executive Director of VIA




VIA Gallery

120, avenue Ledru Rollin
75011 Paris
Metro : Gare de Lyon / Ledru Rollin

Opening :

monday-friday : 9.30am – 6.30pm

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Contact : 5, rue de Pouy 75013 Paris - France

Ph. 01 45 81 25 65
interior architect, coloriste, scenographer

The A Kiko studio was set up in 1989 in Paris, in the Butte-aux-Cailles area. It is a creation studio that groups skills in museography, interior architecture, visual communication, urban design, signage, exhibition scenography and events architecture.

A flexible and reactive structure, A Kiko brings to bear material means adequate to studies. When the need arises in the course of a mission, the studio calls in other skills – in architecture, multimedia, synthesis imagery, engineering, etc.). This multi-disciplinary approach ensures you - the client-interlocutor - complete synergy between all the elements that compose your project.

For each mission, a project head is mandated as your contact interlocutor, with a mission to pilot your project from outline brief to exploitation.
The A Kiko studio has an FNSAI qualification seal (n° 799 delivered in 1998).

Three people handle the art directing of A Kiko:

· Murielle Wallyn
Interior architect, qualified at the Ecole Camondo, Paris (FNSAI seal)
After studying art in Belgium and Paris, Murielle worked in architects’ offices in Milan for 2 years before joining the SNCF (French Rail) Department of Station Layout.
She brought her skills to A Kiko in 1995.

· Eric Brosseron
Designer & graphic artist, graduate of the Ensaama, Paris. D.S.A.A.
Occasional teacher at the Ecole Boulle.
After completing his studies in Paris, Eric worked in the Architecture department of the SNCF where he handled among other things the creation of a new concept for sales counters.
In 1989, with Gilles Vignier he set up A Kiko.

· Gilles Vignier
Designer & scenographer, graduate of the Ensaama, Paris. D.S.A.A.
Occasional teacher at the Ecole Boulle, at the Ensaama, and in the design section of the Ecole Normale Supérieure.
After training as a designer-glazier, he completed his studies in Paris, at the Ecole Estienne and then at the Ensaama. He then joined an architectural office where he piloted projects for public facilities.
In parallel, in 1989 with Eric Brosseron he set up the A Kiko studio.

design Assise de quai RATP

interior design Ecole maternelle Paul Langevin

scenography & graphism Exposition Giacometti

scenography & graphism Musée de l'Horlogerie

scenography & graphism Maison de retraite Fondation Aulagnier

design Signalétique du patrimoine

scenography Technal Stand

interior design Centre Régional d'Opération SNCF

exhibition François Arago et l'observatoire

exhibition L'ingénieur, la banque et l'art nouveau

ticket booths Eurostar

hôtel Saint Charles

pharmacy Soufflot

exhibition Musée Opale Sud

show-room Valentino