Stéphanie Engeln lives in New York. She studied interior and general design in Germany.
Since 1985, she has been working on many scenic designs for the opera and theatre. She started to collaborate with Robert Wilson in 1989, with Shakespeare’s King Lear at the Frankfurt Schauspielhaus and has since created the designs for his productions of Madama Butterfly, Parsifal, La Traviata, Il Trovatore and, more recently, Handel’s Messiah in Mozart's version.
Over more than 35 years, her career has been marked by many projects. In parallel to opera and theatre, her work includes exhibitions and installations in museums, architectural projects, interior, graphic and furniture designing.
At the Paris Opera: The Magic Flute, 1991; Pelléas et Mélisande, 1997; The Temptation of Saint Anthony, 2005; Turandot, 2021
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