The 2018 AD100 is now available! At AD, architects and designers are constantly praised because they are rock stars, but in the yearly AD100 2023 edition, which features their eagerly awaited list of the most promising talents in the world, they do so especially purposefully. The people who have the most patience, faith, and vision are the homeowners themselves, without whom these amazing, ambitious spaces would undoubtedly not exist. Discover the Interior Designers From Paris at AD100!
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Elliott Barnes, an American living in Paris, developed his skills under the tutelage of the late Andrée Putman and worked as the firm’s director until opening his own office in 2004. At the beginning of his career, Barnes also had the opportunity to lecture at American institutions and the ENSAD (National School of Decorative Arts) in Paris. With his own company now, the Cornell University alumnus skillfully mixes residential work with hotel projects, including The Ritz-Carlton, historic Parisian maisons, and Javier Pastore’s home. “The graceful manipulation of light and surprising and noble materials, which imparts onto unique and exclusive rooms a novel approach to luxury,” is how the interior designer characterizes his sophisticated, international style.
The Italian-born, Paris-based Fabrizio Casiraghi has created an entrancing body of work since starting out at the Dimorestudio in Milan. His projects include stores for the fashion label Kenzo and candlemaker Cire Trudon, a skillful renovation of Paris’s renowned Drouant restaurant, and boutique hotels in posh locations.
After earning his degree in architecture from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville, Joseph Dirand became known as a rigid modernist who was fascinated by minimalism’s clean slate. At the age of 25, Dirand received the assignment to create the interiors of Junko Shimada’s Paris store, swiftly demonstrating his exceptional talent. The designer’s work now has a definite narrative sensibility to it that feels much more energetic over time.
Luis Laplace, an Argentine native, earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in architecture and urban planning from the Universidad de Belgrano in 1995. After going to Paris and forming his own company with his French partner Christophe Comoy, he later gained experience working with Annabelle Selldorf in New York. Laplace is particularly drawn to the arts; he once told AD that his aesthetic was “Art, art, and art!” He creates homes that are both creative and the ideal setting for art collections.
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