Interior design agency, Studio ALM (launched in 2007), embodies Marjolaine’s curious and attentive imagination. It is nestled at the top of a hill above Saint Tropez overlooking the medieval village of Ramatuelle, which is of special importance to Marjolaine as it is where she grew up. Marjolaine claims the rural setting is crucial to keeping herself and her unconventionally inclined team grounded.

Studio ALM in Ramatuelle is made up of three different entities which coincide with and support one another: three galleries filled to the brim with fanciful objects, art and furniture, a chateau loft for the studio's ever-expanding fabric collection and an interior design and architectural agency which pulls together all of Studio ALM's eccentric quirk.


The interior studio takes on a limited number of projects every year, none of which look alike. Marjolaine explains that with each assignment they “start with a blank page” and endeavour to push the boundaries whilst still paying close attention to the requirements of the client.

ALM has an impressive international portfolio including site locations in London, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain, USA, Thailand and of course France. Projects range from houses, restaurants, hotels... in the words of Marjolaine "everything that brings life.” 


Studio ALM brings Sydney to Saint Tropez for the 2018 summer exhibitions. The team has collaborated with Becker Minty, the trendiest lifestyle concept store in Sydney to share their very best finds in art, home decor, objet, jewelry, tote bags and all-the-beautiful-things they love. Focusing on paintings and photography Studio ALM and Becker Minty are thrilled to present the most recent works of Australian artists James King, Antonia Mrljak, Kerry Armstrong and Alicia Taylor.

In the showrooms the team welcome L'Objet, Guiliano Tincani, Mr Pinchy, 2 by Lynn, Nick Campbell Eyewear, Goldfield & Banks and Lepaar Wholistic Luxury. This year the spaces are also dedicated to the display of Gabriele Corni and Jose Nicolas' remarkable photographic works, Marie-Victorie Winckler and Anne Sophie Latil's inspiring collections.