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The moniker Humbert et Poyet continues popping up in design circles. The duo is known for its refined and bold designs around the world!
The iconic duo Humbert et Poyet is composed by Christophe Poyet, a Monegasque and a Parisian, Emil Humbert. Poyet is an interior architect who graduated from the prestigious Académie Charpentier in Paris, Humbert is an architect that studied at the École Nationale d’Architecture Paris-Belleville.
They resolved to team together in 2007 to form the Humbert & Poyet agency in the Principality. Humbert and Poyet conquered the world with their magnificent designs. They have passed through Hong Kong, Dubai, Paris, Budapest, Mykonos, Malta, Luxembourg and Mexico City. In all the places they passed through, each imbued with its own distinct visual concept and identity.
Inspired by the project and its location, the interior designers created a space with neutral and blue tones. Reflecting the exterior into the interior of the store, forming a pleasant and luxurious space.
Combining influences and esthetics: modernism, mid-century Italian architecture and design, Art Deco, 1950s and ’70s design icons, Hollywood glamour and artisanal savoir-faire, the duo created luxurious designs like this one for 55C. With clean lines and golden details.
As we mentioned above, their approach to design is the same: creating compositions and mixing time periods.
This project for the luxurious Maison Weill was special. This former factory is Weill’s Parisian base. The place was initially an industrial building, one of the largest workshops in Paris. The mission in this project was to respect and reflect the history and the perfect expression of the company’s identity. Humbert et Poyet did it with wisdom and charm, bringing some modern elements to the design but perfectly balanced with the historian architecture.
With elements reminiscent of nature, such as marble and wood featured on the walls, the interior designers did justice to the luxury brand situated on the Croisette, an area known for its parades of film and music celebrities.
What is more luxurious than black and gold tones? With this design, Humbert et Poyet not only enhanced the Wine Palace but also the products, showing the beauty and elegance of the wine bottles.
For this project, they imagined plays of mirrors, geometry, and textiles, visualizing the space like a movie decor, so that the creator’s spectacular personality could emerge. Obsessed with attention to detail, they even design the bulk of furniture and lighting to provide a complete experience to clients. Humbert et Poyet suggest a new notion of luxury, one that is subtle but theatrical, less austere and more pleasant, and that blends eras from classicism to modernity.
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