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100 Top Interior Designer: Juan Pablo Molyneux

Recognized as one of the best interior designers, Juan Pablo Molyneux offers a bold, eclectic, amusing and distinctive creative work. After studying Architecture at the Universidad Católica of Santiago, the top interior designer attended the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the Ecole du Louvre. With a professional path filled with incredible master artworks, One Hundred Edition presents some of the interior design projects built by Juan Pablo Molyneux.

“My real interest lies in something more timeless. I am deeply convinced that quality and excellence are far more important than these artificial and rather sterile arguments. Any quality product has an inherent capacity to stand out from the crowd, and so, by extension has no need for fashion.”

Working on several countries, Juan Pablo Molyneux has created luxury interior design projects for private residences in South America, the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia, and the Middle East. Some of these marvelous projects include some distinguished master artworks like the Pavilion of Treaties, in St. Petersburg, the Russian Rooms of the Palais des Nations, in Geneva, both for the Russian Federation, and the salons of the Cercle de l’ Union Interalliée in Paris.

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“My work is not only big in spirit and ambition, but it also relies on excellence to get there I consider that I work with the best craftsmen in the world who put their unique know-how at the service of my creativity.”

Expert in high-end residential interior design projects, Juan Pablo Molyneux also produces inspiring institutional projects always inspired by the history behind the building. Being a craftsmanship lover, Juan Pablo Molyneux works with the best master artisans in the industry from across the planet.

Juan Pablo Molyneux acquired his knowledge and passion for historical styles. According to the top interior designer, this unique design “allows a permanent cultural enrichment and a constantly renewed openness to influences.”

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