Today we present you one of the most TRENDY INTERIOR DESIGNERS: JEAN LOUIS DENIOT.
In 2000, with his diploma from the Ecole Camondo in hand and without hesitation, Jean-Louis Deniot launches Cabinet Jean-Louis Deniot with an office on Rue Vaneau in Paris. Two years later, along with sister Virginie, his office expands to Rue de l’Université and then finally settles in on Rue de Verneuil. Jean-Louis Deniot currently employs a team of fifteen people.Even if Jean-Louis sees himself as being quite eclectic in his design choices, one immediately notices his refined taste upon seeing the references portrayed in his projects. He often cites the designs of Adolph Loos for “exactness”, Dorothy Draper for “the theatrical side to her design”, Renzo Mongiardino for his “collector’s spirit”, and Peter Marino for “couture-style luxury”.One might find that this is a diverse mix of style but over the years, these illustrious names have shared the same concept of design. This concept is synonymous with architectural environments, refinements, and a love for noble materials and objects… a part of the scene that is not at all displeasing to Jean-Louis Deniot.The sophisticated, architectural, and tailored designs created by Jean-Louis Deniot are based on classic French Decors as seen through today’s eyes; corresponding to current desires and needs, all while remaining timeless. His achievements and projects in process include private properties as well as commercial spaces all over the world for a high powered clientele. His work can be found in London, Paris, Corsica, Monaco, Milan, Ile of Capri, Istambul, Dubai, Moscow, Delhi, Aspen, New York, and Bora Bora to name a few.
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“My style is full of history and references coming from many different periods. I like emblematic interiors, full of archetypical furniture which one could consider ‘New or Cool Classical’. This ranges from Neoclassical to the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s etc. The decors are never literal or featuring typical period rooms, but eclectic and very architectural, with mixed influences, and always focusing on the highest level of quality possible. I don’t do pure contemporary as to me, it has no soul. I need to have history in my work!”.
His geniality began to be discovered at School Camondo. It was the first step to achieve solid credibility among the french design society. His constant work didn’t let anyone indifferent: it’s just needed to merely mention his name to know you are talking about one of the best interior designers of the moment.
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