Vincent Darré is very well known for his Baroque Creations, that share amazing projects full of surrealism details. One of the projects that focuses those amazing elements is the Hotel Montana, which is absolutely incredible. Today, Paris Design Agenda shows you its best features.
Vincent Darré is a wonderful french interior designer, that has been impressing every interior design lover with is talent through his surrealism style on every project. Famous for his Baroque Creations, this french interior designer is very well known for the mix of textures, colors and patterns, which transforms every project into something unique! Today, we’ll share with you one of Vincent Darré’s best projects, the Hotel Montana.
Vincent Darré had the Hotel Montana as his first hotel project. Located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the French interior designer opted for his trademark style, the surrealism interiors. As an inspiration for this project, Vincent based on legendary personalities such as Christian Bérard, Jean Cocteau, Pierre Le-Tan and Le Corbusier. So, as you can see, this hotel personifies the eccentric personality that surrealism has, in the context of interior design.
At this hotel, designed by Vincent Darré, every guest gets to enjoy a massive and fabulous ground floor bar, where cocktails are served in an perfectly settled ambience. At this bar there are luxurious blue velvet sofas, along with black a thematic wallpaper, illustrating beautiful flora through it. La Gauche Caviar is the restaurant located on the first floor, while there’s a massive club on the hotel’s basement.
Vincent Darré also created incredible and thematic suits, where you can find a Serge Gainsbourg-style black-tiled bathroom, with a complement of unique designs from the Maison Darré. There are luxurious tapestries and wallpapers designed by Maison Darré and Hermès, along with amazing touches of texture, print and color, which are typical concepts from the french interior designer.
Vincent Darré insisted that every suite would be different and unique, such as its shape, style and color. There are fabrics inspired on the surrealist artist Pierre Frey, geometric motifs from the Maison Darré, and fresques within a cubist style. This hotel establishes an unique statement, by Vincent Darré‘s amazing interior design, with this completely outside-the-box furnishing and décor.