Interior design has shown the best projects ever, and it has been continuously breaking borders, throughout the years, with major innovations on style décor, furniture and many more. Paris Design Agenda lets you in on some of the best projects, designed by five Top French Interior Designers.
The French Antilles were the chosen destination for this Christian Liaigre’s project. Completely renovated after its destruction, the house has been adjusted to these modern days, preserving the gardens, that had a strong presence in this property. It contains an outdoor hallway on the garden, and a covered terrace.
From the late interior designer, Alberto Pinto, emerges this Brazilian house that has an extraordinary touch of ostentatious design, combined with a traditional décor. The house is embellished with major and over-the-top furniture, that brings out a completely different perspective throughout the property.
The Hotel Royale Monceau, in Paris, was the project of Philippe Starck. This bar area demonstrates a bohemian side, that is normally established in every bar area, but the designer gave his touch of sophistication, along with a traditional/classic, yet modern concept. This bar brings you back the another century, with a major influence of the 50’s, where the proof sits on the bright red used throughout the space.
Chelsea’s Apartment in New York City, was a project designed by the famous Jean Louis Deniot. This apartment sits on a complete balance between comfort and also the break from tradition, which means that although there is minimalist furniture around the house, it is also possible to place it in an innovative fashion.
This Ladurée patisserie is the most absolute dream, designed by the prestigious India Mahdavi. Located in Los Angeles, you can forget you’re there and be instantly transported to a local patisserie in Paris. It is deliciously embellished with major flowers, and the interior is covered in pastel colors, which reminisces to the french décor.