Of all the amazing things that Paris can be and do, my favorite is that it can make the simplest of minds feel like that of an artist. Everything is glittering, soulful, full of creativity in this incredible city. And maybe it’s the air, or maybe it’s just the influence of this luxury environments. But everything about Paris makes me want to wander with my mind beyond the boundaries, challenge the status quo of what I have always believed and wanted to believe in. It leads me to pay attention to the brands and names that stand out from the crows, those who do it on purpose. Once again, it makes me fall in love with the most disruptive interior designers in Paris and everything different.
Actually, many of the interior designers and luxury environments I love the most are based or located in Paris. I have already talked about them many times before, and felt inspired by them just as often. Today I am on the other hand going to list the ones I find to be most original in their fields. Not the ones that border with art, but the designers that mix and cross the lines in the field of interior design itself. These disruptive interior designers in Paris are on this list because they set free their mind, tested and challenged what they could get away with, and succeeded.
The Most Disruptive Interior Designers in Paris
First on my list of disruptive interior designers in Paris, is award winning Jean-Philippe Nuel. I have a deep passion for his contemporary interior style and disruptive décor. Furthermore, he is the mind behind many stunning projects in Paris and in France, including the Hilton Evian, and the Sofitel hotel of Paris La Defense. As well as the still on-going project called Le Meridien in Paris Etoile.
Best known among her clients for her ability and talent to transform space through light and color. A true Parisienne, Sarah Lavoine manages to mix intimacy with elegance, creating an effortless but luxurious comfort. Among her most critically acclaimed projects are the luxury hotel Roch and the Parisian restaurant in Place de l’Etoile, Victoria 1836.
The Liaigre Studio
This was founded by Christian Liaigre in person, but is now led by CEO Christophe Caillaud. This studio is probably the most minimal on this list, and shares the characteristic Parisian philosophy of being in style without being stylish. Of being contemporary without deserting French furnishing tradition.
Pierre-Yves Rochon is an international firm with 24 offices around the globe. This studio focuses on creating interior design projects for luxury hospitality and residential luxury environments. They make modernity their focus, while celebrating and adorning it with elegance and a touch of warm tones.
Alberto Pinto Studio
Last on my list of disruptive interior designers in Paris is the Alberto PintoInterior Design studio now managed by Linda Pinto is an eclectic luxury interior design studio that works with prestigious clients allover the world. Their projects include everything from private residences to yachts and jets, letting traditional and cultural influences meet in a modern ambience.