French designer Joseph Dirand was always destined to embark in the world of interior design, as his father was the iconic Jacques Dirand, one of the decor world’s preeminent photographers. Today, Dirand is known as one of the most prominent and powerful interior designers of the world thanks to his simplistic yet luxurious designs.
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In one of his latest design projects, this top interior designer transported his amazing design style inside his new family home, on the Righ Bank, in Paris. This is Dirand’s magical place and the epitome of his amazing creativity and luxury design style! As soon as Joseph Dirand laid eyes on this 2,600-square-foot space, with its picture-postcard view of Paris, he knew he’d found what he’d been looking for, and how he would make it his own…and he did just that! This is indeed an amazing residence fit for one of the most talented interior designers of Europe!
As we can see in this project but also in the portfolio of Joseph Dirand, stone is one of this designer’s preferred material. The walls, flat surfaces and baths are all in soft-tone stone or marble. We can highlight, for instance, the majestic bathroom details or the incredible opulence of the amazing neoclassical limestone doorway at the end of the entrance hall!
The overall look of this amazing Parisian apartment follows a contemporary style mixed with a clear passion for art. All over the residence, we can find amazing works of art and art details that highlight Dirand’s amazing design eye and incredible passion for the world of contemporary luxury and contemporary art! We can also see in this home, Dirand’s passion for animals and for the iconic French art of taxidermy. As we can see creatures abound like an adorable Lalanne lamb, a taxidermy owl from the Paris natural science shop Deyrolle that, in case you didn’t know, was one of the most prominent partners of Spanish artist Salvador Dali. The interior design also features an impressive and extensive modern, abstract, and arte povera art collection.