Decorating Ideas By Tristan Auer, Designer of The Year At M&O 2017
When Tristan Auer opened his own design studio in Paris in 2002 there were no lack of amazing projects from boutique (Chanel, Nina Ricci, Lolita Lempicka) and hotel (Les Bains, l’Hôtel du Louvre) interiors to apartments: a slow but sure evolution that propelled him into the most exclusive spheres all over the world. An imperative that keeps guiding his creativity is making sure the decorating ideasare in tune with the times. It’s all about “getting the timing right, being in tune with what is changing and how people’s requirements are evolving”.
Here’s a selection of some ideas taken from the interior design projects led by Tristan Auer, designer of the year at Maison et Objet 2017 that will give you plenty home decor ideas.
Tristan Auer is responsible for designing private villas and apartments in Paris, New York, London, on the island of Mustique and in Oman. For Tristan Auer, his job is all about designing an outstanding environment for each project, an interior that sparks emotion and resembles its users – as opposed to reproducing one successful recipe. No rule, no preconceived ideas, no prejudice. The only things that matter are listening to the clients, being attentive to their lifestyles, considering the space, the volume and the light.
Hotel de Crillon in Paris confirms its timeless presence, a constant fascination, and showcases of French style at its best. The common areas and boutiques at the eagerly awaited Hôtel de Crillon were designed by Tristan Auer.
The first design commission since Atelier Tristan Auer became part of the Dallas-based luxury design group, Wilson Associates, resulted in the renovation of a majestic home dating to the early 20th Century, located in the exclusive Parisian suburb of Saint-Cloud. It is first and foremost a home for a busy family with small children and secondly, it is a setting to showcase the family’s substantial contemporary art collection in a chic, comfortable environment. Completed in October of 2016, this is a modern residence that combines a Belle Époque ambiance with a mid-century, minimalist aesthetic.
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