Rottet Studio is an international architecture and design firm with an extensive portfolio of corporate and hospitality projects for the world’s leading companies and brands. In the last decade, Founder Lauren Rottet, FAIA, FIIDA has developed Rottet Studio into one of the finest interior design practices in the United States, which is consistently ranked among the corporate and hospitality Top 100 Design Giants by Interior Design magazine and was recently recognized as one of the Top 3 Most Admired Design Firms in the World.
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Rottet Studio is known in the marketplace as innovators, not followers. Reflecting a desire to improve the human experience through the built environment, Rottet Studio provides innovative architectural solutions characterized by precise detail and direct response to the client’s goals.
Through thoughtful design, the studio delivers environments that not only satisfy their clients’ needs, but allow them to achieve a level of enjoyment and success beyond their expectations because Rottet Studio creates more efficient, less expensive, healthier, and in the long run, much better investments through timeless sustainable design.
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With best-of-class design professionals in Houston, Los Angeles, New York and Shanghai, Rottet Studio is ideally positioned to exceed clients’ expectations.
Lauren Rottet finds the design of the interior environment particularly challenging and satisfying, combining psychology, theater, art and architecture with the use of unlimited media. Ms. Rottet is one of the few designers whose work in both Commercial office and Hospitality is celebrated and award winning. She finds this an asset to her commercial projects as her expertise in hospitality allows her to bring a more dynamic approach to office design. Her distinct design approach, characterized by precise detail and architecturally-driven solutions, reflects her 25 years of professional practice, as well as a commitment to improve the human experience through the built environment.
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The Rottet Furniture Collection reflects her embrace of sleek lines and contemporary furniture shapes interspersed with traditional materials, such as rattan and wood. The Cubist line includes tables with origami-inspired folded edges and crumpled, faceted planes, while the Montauk Gray line is inspired by Rottet’s midcentury Long Island abode designed by George Nelson, with acrylic bases contrasting against the solid tabletops and chair shells to give them the illusion of floating. It’s not Rottet’s first foray into residential product design – the Evaneau sofa she designed for her own home has been a best-seller for 20 years – but it’s her largest collection to date.