French, born in Montreal, Thomas Grizard spent his childhood between Canada, France and Pakistan, in a cultivated environment of art lovers. He has kept his taste for contrasts and blending cultures.

It was as a teenager in the family environment that he discovered decoration literature and magazines including Maison & Jardin, showing interiors that fascinated him and initiated his education.
These magazines "opened the doors" to other houses, other worlds organized by professionals. Among them Emilio Terry, Madeleine Castaing and Pierre Chareau have a place of choice and serve as role models.

Two other references contributed to his initial training; Mario Praz (1896-1982) with his "History of Interior Design" and Alexandre Serebriakoff (1907-1994) with his interior portraits.

Particularly interested in the flow of spaces and atmospheres, he chose to study art history up to a bachelor's degree and then interior design at the Boulle school. He then worked successively in several architectural and interior design agencies.

For Mlinaric, Henry and Zervudachi Paris, he exercised his skills on very high-end private projects such as this private mansion on rue de Grenelle, a stone's throw from that of Hubert de Givenchy.
He has also been involved in larger-scale public projects such as the transformation of the Vallon de Valrugues, certain suites at the Plaza Athénée or the lounges of the Grand Hôtel Opéra, Paris.

His encounter with Alexandre Biaggi, a specialist in the decorative arts of the twentieth century and a reference in the field, allowed him to refine his knowledge as a decorator and to develop more commercial skills.
Working with Alexandre Biaggi for more than ten years permitted Thomas to put his savoir-faire at the service of a very demanding international clientele, made up of the most prominent professionals, captains of industry and celebrities from the world of fashion and entertainment.

He advises certain clients on the installation of their collections of works of art and furniture, and at the same time designs lighting and auxiliary furniture.

His style is characterised by a harmonious blend of classic and contemporary, creating a feeling of softness, strength and serenity.