There are houses built for the image they project outward. And there are those conceived to support the life inside. Luis Laplace is an Argentine-trained architect with a sharp eye for interior design, taking a unique approach to unite works of art in a living context. The interior designer‘s talent rests in on his ability to synthesize art and its surroundings in such a way that both remain distinct and retain their singularity while entering into a supplementary exchange.
The interior designer architectural goal is to unite aesthetical and functional spaces that can complement and be enhanced by artworks, revealing unexpected nuances, generating new interpretations and readings, and precipitating an altogether more in-depth engagement with the pieces.
“I SAY I DON’T KNOW BEAUTY. WHEN I SEE THAT SOMETHING WORKS, THEN I SEE THE BEAUTY.”
Inspired by both South American modernism and the brutalist movement, Luis Laplace likes to mix French tradition and savoir-faire with vintage furniture, exclusive 20th-century antiques and bespoke furniture designed and made in Paris.
A successful project demands a constant dialogue with the clients to develop a thorough vision of their goals, aspirations, and challenges. This communication is essential to develop trust and fair relationship and to deliver a
“WE DESIGN FOR ITS INSTALLATION AND ROUTINE.”
This furniture line, Laplace Bespoke, is shown in our Parisian showroom located place Saint-Georges. The Laplace Showroom is also an exhibition space for vintage furniture and exclusive antiques selected by Luis Laplace and Christophe Comoy.