Anne-Cecile de Chaumont

Creative Consultant, Dubai, UAE. Former Director of Design Rove Hotels
Four Season AL MarYah
24TH and 25TH JANUARY 2018
"Join me on the 20th of March 2018 at Art Talks I: Art, Real Estate and the Built Environment alongside Accor Hotels, Marriott International and Taj Hotels and Resorts where we will examine the integral role of art in brand marketing for luxury and lifestyle hospitality. Learn more on the overview page."

a contemporary hotel and residence brand that reflects the pulse of dubai, Rove Hotels, a joint venture between Emaar Properties and Meraas Holding, is developed by emaar hospitality group

Anne-Cecile de Chaumont is a versatile Creative Consultant with an expertise on hospitality concepts. She works across brand positioning and design with a guest centric approach and a solid business understanding.

She served as Director of Design for Rove hotels – a contemporary lifestyle and design-influenced brand – leading the design of all guest facing components from ideation to implementation. She was also in charge of the Art Program for the Brand.

Rove hotels have been featured in several publications (Sleeper Magazine, Dezeen, Harper’s Bazaar…). In 2017 Rove was awarded Best Concept of the Year at the inaugural AHEAD MEA awards.

As a freelance consultant Anne has undertaken a taste & style audit for Emaar Hospitality Group and she has been conducting the Material Innovation Workshop at SIKKA Art Fair, in partnership with Zayed University and DuPont.

She was also Project Manager in charge of site analysis, functional planning and design concepts for the Jardin de Valloires and the Hotel of Cap Hornu in Saint Valery in France.

Parallel to her consultancy work she is also a Professor in Interior Design and Visual Arts and served as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Zayed University in Dubai and Chairwoman in Interior Design in France.

Anne de Chaumont holds the equivalent of a Master of Architecture from the National School of Architecture of Versailles; the equivalent of a Doctor of Education in Design and Art from Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan in Paris and the equivalent of a Master of Arts in Interior and Product Design from Ecole Boulle, Paris.