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Hospitality Designs from Paris is our next inspirational journey across the world! Having already covered two main worldwide cities – London and New York – it is now time for the city of lights to shine bright with its best of the best designers.
Alberto Pinto Studio was one of the biggest Icons of French Interior Design that during his life built his works on a mixture of styles. Pinto developed several interior design projects, not only residential but also in hospitality, businesses and even yachts.
Charles Zana is a passionate French Designer and architect who combines art and technique in every one of his projects. Zana designs the best spaces for his clients by establishing systems of habitation that they can easily appropriate. His interiors are structured around people, taking every aspect of their lives into account, and he never imposes a style.
3.Gilles & Boissier
Gilles and Boissier are a team of interior designers and architects based in Paris and working together since 2004. Over the years they have had projects in some of the world’s top capitals and cities. Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier are partners in life and in design, each one has a specific role and style, but together they form a unified team. If strict lines and a distinctive taste for fine woods can be attributed to Patrick Gilles, Dorothée, on her end, has a way with spatial fluidity, colours, and intuitive elegance.
Born in 1947, Jacques Garcia showed a talent for drawing objects of art at a young age. At the age of eight, he built his first structure furnished at his grandparent’s home. Later on, he attended a school of interior design and completed his education in the applied arts. In 2006, he redecorated the Hôtel Odéon Saint Germain in Paris, and he purchased and restored the Château du Champ-de-Bataille in Normandy and undertook to recreate and update the large French formal garden.
5.Jean Philippe Nuel
From a family of architects passionate about design and contemporary creations, Jean-Philippe Nuel graduated as an architect from the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and quickly made a name for himself by winning several competitions, including an international competition presided over by Kenzo Tange. Very quickly, before turning 30, he had designed a hotel in Paris, its architecture and interior decoration, which would orientate his work towards this sector of activity. A design that is more than just decor, that creates an atmosphere, will become the true identity and the true personality of an establishment.
Jean-Louis Deniot has lived and breathed interior design from an early age. His décors are his playground, spaces where spontaneity and magic are present. Recognised worldwide for his eclectic and emblematic interiors, Jean-Louis Deniot plays in a multiplicity of repertoires, never sticking to the purity of style. Deniot uses his travels for inspiration, for nodding to past time periods and refined colours palettes, turning into the reason why he has been booked for an endless list of impressive projects.
At the forefront of the international design scene, Mathieu Lehanneur is one of the few designers of his contemporaries who can embrace as many different fields beyond furniture. He innovates with objects and magic architectural structures that breathe design, science, art and technology. Air, water, sound and light are his favourite materials to work on. His diploma project at ENSCI – Les Ateliers entitled “Therapeutic objects” – is a project on the ergonomics of medicine, which was immediately integrated into MoMa’s permanent collection.
Patrick Jouin is a designer whose creativity finds an expression in industrial design for the decorative arts. With the top manufacturers, Cassina, Kartell, Alessi, Puiforcat, JC Decaux or Fermob, and for exceptional projects, Patrick found a place in the landscape of international design where only a few know how to evolve with both ease and strength as he does.
Pierre Yovanovitch is an artist that use traditional french craftsmen to create unique interiors and pieces made of noble materials such as marble, stone, metals or copper. Pierre Yovanovitch was born in 1965 in Nice on the French Riviera. He did not start his career in design but in fashion and worked for the studios of Pierre Cardin between 1990 and 2000 both in Brussels and Paris. His own agency was opened in 2001 under the name of “Pierre Yovanovitch, Interior designer” and worked in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Great Britain, Israel and the USA.
Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR) was founded in Paris in 1979 to create interior design solutions for luxury hospitality and residential environments. Every aspect of the guest experience is enhanced by seamless integration of each property’s location, culture and history with its design. Their design achievements deliver award-winning results for major international hospitality brands such as Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton, Waldorf Astoria, Fairmont, St. Regis, Peninsula, Shangri-La, Sofitel, InterContinental, and numerous boutique hotels.
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