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100 Top Interior Designer: Joseph Dirand

Joseph Dirand is one of the best interior designers in Paris nowadays. The Parisian architect has made a name for himself by creating linear, monochromatic spaces for luxury brands, like Givenchy, Alexander Wang or Mayfair. He usually works in residential, commercial and hospitality interior design projects with the mastery of few. Besides being one of the most coveted architects in Paris, Joseph Dirand’s style is immediately identifiable: a quintessentially French style of unique design combined into otherwise minimalist contemporary interiors design.

One Hundred Edition presents to you some of the most remarkable interior design projects with modern furniture pieces by Joseph Dirand. Take a look and get impressed!

 

 

 

 

This top interior designer uses the minimalism like the canvas for a portrait of a few classical elements. And despite the neutral color schemes, the modern spaces he creates are always warm and cozy.

 

 

See also: 100 Top Interior Designer: David Collins

 

Uniting minimalism and Hollywood glamour, Joseph Dirand organizes his interior design projects like film plots: his sketches imagine places full of their future inhabited states. He creates a sense for an innate nature to a given setting and he cultivates the stylistic stamp that fits his very personal sense of elegance.

 

 

Joseph Dirand’s style is categorized by strong lines, impeccable proportions and breathtaking precision.

“The way he treats and defines space is very clean. He’s created a language of his own by reinventing traditional French decorative elements in a contemporary way.” says Mahdavi.

 

 

Born in Paris in 1974, Joseph Dirand grew up in a converted 1930s dance studio close to the Arc de Triomphe. His early influences were not solely architectural and he started collecting design at the age of 17. The top interior designer sees the space and perspective of a place. His sense of composition comes from his creative family background. He is also sensitive to the way light plays on relief and flat surfaces, he analyses structure, notices the tiniest of details, observes a material’s abundance of features and appreciates the rightness of a color.

 

 

He plans his interior design projects that you saw as both environmental and architectural endeavors: a huge number of luxury hotels and modern restaurants, luxury fashion houses and private residences have been marked with the seal of his incomparable elegance.

 

See also: 100 Top Interior Designer: David Collins

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