5 Hotel Interior Design Projects by ‘Design of The Year’ Tristan Auer — Outside France, his name is synonymous with bespoke luxury. Recently, Auer was awarded during Maison et Objet September 2017.
Drawing on the heritage of the leading interior designers from the 1920s and 30s, applies his fluid style behind the four walls of private homes, in luxurious hotels and to furniture. He extols the way they worked hand-in-hand with artists and craftsmen, suggesting designs without ever imposing anything. “As the craftsmen knew their trade, they adapted the designs into something that it was possible to make and these technical constraints enhanced and made sublime abstract drawings that were often produced independently and alone at the worktable,” explains the designer.
The Cotton House, Mustique Island
Combining glamour and barefoot lifestyle, the is a dreaming one-of-a-kind place on Mustique Island to gather around and to chill out at sunset, a great example of the best luxury hotels created and design by .
Les Bains, Paris
Between and , it’s the provocative encounter of audacity and reason. A tailor-made renaissance of a mythical high spot of the 80’s. Everything that has the touch of the designer results in overwhelming luxurious interiors such as this one.
Vintage and chic, was inspired by the free spirit of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, blending a no-hold-barred sophistication, yet timelessly stylish. knows how to combine patterns and colors, fabrics and textures and how to create such a high-quality atmosphere that really invites anyone to feel as passionate about the design as he is.
La Sivoliere – COURCHEVEL 1850
Away from any obvious statement, the overall ‘s ambiance is all comfort, refinement, in a background definitely in harmony with the surrounding nature, the perfect combination between high-end furniture and the passion, creativity, and ‘s professionalism.
Hotel du Louvre
Inspired by the rich past of the Louvre, has created a palace firmly anchored in its time with the ‘s design project.