Gilles & Boissier is a prestigious architecture, decoration and graphic design firm that is based in Paris and managed by Dorothée Boissier and Patrick Gilles. Established in 2004, the dynamic duo tells extraordinary stories through eclectic and contemporary interiors and products. Gilles & Bossier are at the forefront of innovative design and constantly seeking to reinvent themselves through unique designs and products. Now, Paris Design Agenda will talk a bit more about the two designers as well as showing our readers some of their best projects.
From residential projects to yacht interiors as well as working on the decor of the largest hospitality venues of the world, Gilles & Bossier have done a bit of everything, but their talent and skill never seize to amaze.
Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier are both interior designers and met in Christian Liaigre’s studios. Dorothée, passionate about theatrical and Opera decorations, graduated from the ESAG Penninghen graphic arts school in Paris, and later on, went on to work for Philippe Starck’s studio whereas Patrick studied at the École Camondo in Paris and later become more independent by creating his own studio PG Studio.
The Gilles and Boissier style is a mix of minimalism, elegance and eclecticism. In fact, it is a mix of mixtures while keeping a certain sobriety. Many of their work is inspired by some of the greats, from Christian Liaigre to Philippe Starck as well as Jean-Michel Frank and Le Corbusier.
Parc Monceau apartment
The Chess Hotel
Mandarin Oriental Marrakech
Baccarat Hotel New York
As a whole, Gilles & Boissier’s main purpose is to authentically showcase the art of living à la Française and they do see by engaging in a creative collaboration together as one. Each and every creation highlights a unique elegance that is translated by delicate and eclectic interiors.