Adrien Gardère is a cosmopolitan designer, open to international artistic and design collaborations. He works passionately in various sectors, such as furniture, lighting, product design, exhibition and museum design. Many of his design products are part of the permanent collections of many international museums such as the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris, the Museum of Design in Belem, Lisbon, Portugal and the National Fund for Contemporary Art in France. As far as the museum sector is concerned, Adrien Gardère has designed the Louvre-Lens Museum in the north of France, the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo in Egypt. He is currently working on the design of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto and the Museum of Roman Antiquity in Narbonne, France. His design activity in the industrial and product design sector has seen him become a leading designer within the Artemide brand, creating the Malempo collection of lamps, modern and elegant, ideal for domestic lighting and hotel management.