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Gérard Faivre‘s “Art Homes” concept defies the traditional interior design process. Instead of adhering to a client’s requests, the spaces are designed based solely on the vision of Faivre himself.
Recognised as one of the world’s leading contemporary interior designers, Gérard Faivre completely transforms apartments and properties in Paris, creating habitable works of art. These “Art Homes” are an example of luxury real estate, each one fully renovated, decorated, furnished and ready to live in.
Faivre believes in the importance of the soul of a property, intertwining his unique, eccentric intuition with the essence of each space to create an original masterpiece. For him, each site is both a blank canvas and a source of inspiration.
But for Faivre, this is more than a simple concept. It is a signature that attracts an illustrious clientele, composed of international customers. It creates a new perspective on interior design, one where emotion is the key element.
Of his work, Gérard Faivre says: “Our offer is very different from that of traditional real estate agents and especially that of interior designers. It is an alternative that responds to the demand of a foreign clientele that wants to have a few concerns as possible when it wants to acquire a property. And each time, it’s love at first sight, an encounter, an emotion.”
Yet despite his originality, Gérard Faivre is never to be confined to a defined style, instead of desiring to create unique places, that timelessly blends classicism with modernity. As a result, he aims to never create the same space twice.
For Gérard, the link between design and environment is essential. Whilst the story of a neighbourhood or a building can be a source of inspiration, he also aims to use innovative materials to be more ecologically responsible.
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