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The September edition of Maison et Objet Paris 2017 is just around the corner, and some details about the design event are already being announced. For instance, we now know that this season’s award for designer of the year will recognize the talent of interior architect and designer Tristan Auer. In order to celebrate it, the designer will create the scenography for a stand dedicated to his work in Hall 8.
After training with the greatest names in interior and product design (Christian Liaigre and Philippe Starck), Tristan Auer has developed his own style: bespoke creations, featuring a bold combination of classical references and avant-garde design. Today, his name is associated with elegance.
In 2002, Tristan Auer established his own firm – Izeu. Since then, he has shown his remarkable understanding of the demanding world of luxury and has completed a wide number of projects worldwide, including the transformation and renovation of exclusive hotels, including Les Bains and the Hotel de Crillon in Paris.
Tristan Auer is also responsable 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.
With a meticulous and audacious approach, Tristan Auer surrounds himself with the best artisans, whose unique know-how certainly contributes to the influence of French style on the international scene. Now, at Maison et Objet Paris, he is set to exhibit his work on a stand entirely dedicated to him, located in Hall 8. Naturally, he decided his scenography would provide a stage for French art de vivre.