Released for the first time in 2010, ID Prestige is the Moroccan magazine that tells you everything about luxury and design. On newsstands every 2 months (6 issues/year) each issue gives you ideas on lifestyle, architecture, interior designers and more. Within these topics, in the magazine, one can find the most stunning home decor ideas and the most luxurious interior design projects. And also, of course, the leading interior designers and decorators of the world.
Today, Brabbu brings to you a list of those who, according to ID Prestige, are some of the best french interior designers. These are people who set trends, broke rules and made the industry more competitive. Take a look.
Marked by various cultural influences since his early childhood, Alberto Pinto built his great work upon the mingling of cultures, the eclectic and his relentless quest for the exceptional. His interior design firm in Paris is where, according to him, you can still find to this day the most skillful and talented artisans and craftsmen.
Alberto Pinto Interior Design appropriates the eclectic taste of its international clientele in adjusting its decors to each of their desires all the while adding elegance which creates a balance within such opulence. Classical or contemporary, intimate or gigantesque, at ease in all disciplines with the leitmotiv being a feeling of comfort and an expectation of the highest quality.
Andrée Putman was a French product and interior designer. In 1997, Putman created her eponymous Studio, specializing in interior design, product design, and scenography. When she imagined objects, she refused the excess of striving to re-design pieces which were perfectly designed by others in the past.
Well known for his own home decor style, Gomez has begun his career as an opera singer before branching out into the world of interior and product design in 1985 with his association with the architect JJ Ory. Winner of numerous design awards, he has designed boutiques, large stores, restaurants, apartments, houses and head offices all over the world.
With clients including Yves Saint-Laurent, Pierre Bergé, Carrousel du Louvre, LVMH, Bernard Arnault, Céline, Louis Vuitton, Galeries Lafayette, Vivendi Universal, Kenzo, Christian Dior, Pomelato, De Beers and L’Oréal, interiors Didier designs have become symbols of his sleek, contemporary take on classic urban style.
Gilles et Boissier
Partners in life and in design, the duo of interior architects Gilles et Boissier is a true master in contrasting aesthetic approaches. Joyfully engaged in constant, creative disagreement, they find inspiration to create phenomenally beautiful interiors.
Each one has a specific role and style, but together they form a unified whole. It never confines itself to one genre, often through contrast, always giving spaces a poetic dimension. Blending elegance and creativity since 2004, Patrick and Dorothée, have designed a variety of projects from residential to hospitality projects, luxury boutiques, and lifestyle restaurants.
Hervé Van der Straeten
Hervé Van der Straeten is an independent artist-designer. Having first become known for his jewelry creations, Van der Straeten has since gained worldwide recognition for his collections of furniture and lighting, which have now become his main activity.
The artist-designer is also known for his projects with a number of French luxury houses, specialized in glass and porcelain, as well as, for his work with the cosmetics and fragrance industry. Van der Straeten has received numerous awards from the French Government during his career, including most recently the L’Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant and the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres. Herve Van der Straeten joined Ralph Pucci in 2007.
Famous for the fact that he creates comfort while optimizing value within spaces, Jean-Louis Deniot has long been in the business of creating atmospheres. Recognized worldwide for his eclectic and emblematic interiors, Jean-Louis Deniot plays in a multiplicity of repertoires, never sticking to the purity of style, rather letting his academic training translate into a vocabulary that is both informal and bold.
A great enthusiast of iconic designs, his decors feature no shortage of arresting materials and textures tempered with subtle color palettes, muted tones, and impeccable lighting.
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