Today we will be talking about our list of top 10 modern french designers! In today’s edition, we will feature the second part of our top 10 modern french designers! We hope you enjoy this article and make sure that you catch part 1 of this guide!
Gerard Faivre, recognized as one of the best contemporary interior designers, created the concept Gerard Faivre Residence, apartments, and luxury properties completely renovated, furnished and decorated with fully integrated hotel services.
To create an original work of art, Faivre imbues himself with the soul of each property. For him, each site is both a blank canvas and a source of inspiration.
Jaques Grange is without a doubt one of the best interior designers and decorators in the world. Known for his exquisite style, characterized by a harmony between traditional and contemporary tastes.
It is thanks to this background and early experiences that Jacques Grange is able to effortlessly mix the style and elements of different times – from rococo opulence to contemporary minimalism. “I’m like a sponge,” he says. “At first, decorating is a profession.
Pierre Yovanovitch is an artist. He is using the traditional know-how of the French craftsmen to create unique interiors and pieces made of noble materials such as marble, stone, metals or copper.
The Architectural Digest qualified his work of purely “Made in France” and named him on the list of the 100 best interior designers on the prestigious AD100 list in 2010.
Born in 1947, Jacques Garcia showed a talent for drawing objects of art at a young age. At the age of eight, he built and furnished his first structure at his grandparent’s home.
For his achievements, he was named commander of the Order of Arts and Letters, and a Chevalier in the order of the Légion d’honneur.
Being a lover of arts from a young age, Charles Zana is a passionate French designer and architect who combines art and technique in every one of his projects.
From Paris to London, via Gstaad, Tel Aviv and Monaco, Zana’s style and expertise are showcased in some of the world’s most beautiful public and private interiors. A house in the chic Parisian suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine is a perfect case in point.