Ever wonder about 3 famous interior designers in Paris?
We all know, it is an epicenter for many creative minds, city of lights and love. People go to see galleries, architecture, network and find new possibilities. We want to take you on a trip with us – let’s meet famous interior designers from Paris!
The historical founder of the Alberto Pinto Studio was the late Alberto Pinto, one of the biggest Icons of Paris Interior Design. During his life Alberto built his works on the mixture of styles. His own personality, open to eclectic and original tendencies, and his propensity for big ample spaces, made him opt for ample projects where he could experiment and mix different style and various ideas in the same setting, always in perfect harmony.
Philippe Starck, one of the 3 Famous Interior Designers in Paris, has studied at Nissim de Camondo, a private school of Artdéco located next to Montparnasse in Paris. At only 20 years of age, in 1969, he becomes the Art director of Pierre Cardin, and designed furniture for him. In 1976, he designs the bar “La main Bleue” at Montreuil and “Les bains douches” in 1978 at Paris. In 1979, Phillippe Starck launched his agency Ubik.
With many exclusive Starck projects one of the most well known was re-invention of the private presidential palace flat, the Elysée, asked by French president François Mitterand itself.
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Interior designer who was born in Tehran and spent her childhood between the USA, France and Germany. After being graduated from the Cooper Union and the School of Visual Arts of New York, she built her professional experience at Christian Liaigre agency. Between 1990 and 1997, India Mahdavi was named art director of the famous French house and finally, she decided to create her own agency in 1999.
The major elements that immediately catch the eye when talking about India Mahdavi ’s signature style are the eclectic vibes that seem to pervade her projects. Her reign is Rue Las Cases, in Paris’ Seventh Arrondissement, where shapes and colors bring life to her specific essential style.
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