New French Chic by the most trending French Architect

Wednesday, 11 June 2014


Named  “architect of the extreme interiors” , French Architect and designer Joseph Dirand  is one of the most sought-after architects and interior designers in fashion and the creative mastermind behind the brand-new Givenchy store in Paris, Rick Owens’ Mayfair boutique as well as Alexander Wang’s Beijing outpost.
I am a big fan of his minimalist and effortlessly elegant style. Combining Minimalism and hollywood Glamour., He has also designed luxury hotels in Mexico and the Monsieur Bleu restaurant at Paris’ Palais de Tokyo, which mixes the elegance of early Viennese modernism with electrifying jolts of various provenance: a shade of green here, an unexpected lamp there and exquisite Lalique glass wall panels throughout.

This is a visit of his private home in the area of St Germain, in Paris. And by looking at it, you would think it is not located in Paris but more a city like Milan or Rome." I didn’t want anything Haussmann,” Instead he sought to replicate the simplicity of Italian interiors of the 17th century from which he borrowed molding details and plain walls adorned with marmorino, a type of pigmented stucco. His style is easily recognisable. Dirand always pushes boundaries, mixing art and architecture. He produces the kind of architecture – mostly interior, with a handful of larger-scale works for his exclusive clientele. This is the New French chic






Named  “architect of the extreme interiors” , French Architect and designer Joseph Dirand  is one of the most sought-after architects and interior designers in fashion and the creative mastermind behind the brand-new Givenchy store in Paris, Rick Owens’ Mayfair boutique as well as Alexander Wang’s Beijing outpost.
I am a big fan of his minimalist and effortlessly elegant style. Combining Minimalism and hollywood Glamour., He has also designed luxury hotels in Mexico and the Monsieur Bleu restaurant at Paris’ Palais de Tokyo, which mixes the elegance of early Viennese modernism with electrifying jolts of various provenance: a shade of green here, an unexpected lamp there and exquisite Lalique glass wall panels throughout.

This is a visit of his private home in the area of St Germain, in Paris. And by looking at it, you would think it is not located in Paris but more a city like Milan or Rome." I didn’t want anything Haussmann,” Instead he sought to replicate the simplicity of Italian interiors of the 17th century from which he borrowed molding details and plain walls adorned with marmorino, a type of pigmented stucco. His style is easily recognisable. Dirand always pushes boundaries, mixing art and architecture. He produces the kind of architecture – mostly interior, with a handful of larger-scale works for his exclusive clientele. This is the New French chic





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