Perrine Villemur

Perrine Villemur, NYU/Tisch

Perrine Villemur is a New York based set designer for stage, film, opera and dance.

She received her BA degree in Architecture from Paris Val de Seine and worked as an architect and theatre consultant in Paris and London prior coming to New York.

Recent designs include Peer@me, an adaptation of Peer Gynt (NYU-Tisch), Café Le Monde (Columbia University), Hikikomori (NYU-Tisch), Private Lives (Columbia University) and Tying Rocks to Clouds (NYU-Tisch Dance).

peer@me, a new adaptation of Peer Gynt | Perrine Villemur

peer@me, a new adaptation of Peer Gynt, NYU Tisch
Conceived and directed by Alex Harvey
Adaptation by Keith Reddin
Set- Perrine Villemur
Costumes- Nina Vartanian
Lighting- Oona Curley
Sound- Lee Kinney

Das Rheingold | Perrine Villemur

Das Rheingold, Richard Wagner
Class project
1/2″ scale model

Seven Deadly Sins | Perrine Villemur

Seven Deadly Sins, Bertold Brecht
Class project
1/2″ scale model

Hikikomori | Perrine Villemur

Hikikomori, NYU Tisch
Conceived and directed by Dawn Akemi Saito and Jonathan Rosenberg
Set-Perrine Villemur
Costumes- Ilana Breitman and Nina Vartanian
Lighting- Jennifer Hill
Sound- Jeremy S. Bloom