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Jean-Louis Deniot is an interior designer that needs no introduction. Considered one of the leading professionals in the industry, not only in his native France but also on an international level, he has completed projects across multiple countries and continents.
Having completed his studies at the École Camondo, a renowned product and interior design school located in Paris, Deniot has since gained his reputation by creating many notable interiors.
His experience and talent have since landed him features in ELLE Decor and a spot on Architectural Digest’s list of the 100 Best Interior Designers in the World. Recognised for his eclectic and emblematic ideas, Jean-Louis Deniot sees his projects as a creative playground, combining spontaneity and magic to create stunning final results.
After spending years perfecting his skills, Jean-Louis Deniot has not committed to one particular style, instead choosing to mix and match in order to create the perfect ambience. As a result, each space he designs is a fusion of inspirations, for example combining contemporary and historic in order to create a timeless result.
Drawing inspiration from his travels, Jean-Louis Deniot tailors his projects to each individual client’s requirements. His mastery of fine colour palettes and homage to past eras have amassed him an astounding portfolio, designing all areas of a home, including exquisite living and dining rooms.
“In my mind, the first mission of a design firm is to create dreams and products which captivate the audience or the owner’s life when in contact with the creations, Design has to be first about captivation: it needs to create a reaction of fun, pleasure and/or exaltation”, says Jean-Louis Deniot. His mission is to combine this playful approach to design with his love for history, with certain periods serving as muses for his work.
Despite being influenced by the past, Deniot is aware of the fine balance when incorporating this into his projects. “Projects tend to show in the press and media depending on their completion date! Sometimes a project can get published over 5/7 years after it was first designed on paper!”.
As a result of this, he is focused on creating an exceptional and innovative results rather than following a trend. “It’s not about doing pretty things, is about filling up a gap, creating a scenario, creating new aesthetics when most have already been done”.
In preparation for the future, Jean-Louis Deniot sees the value of promoting the traditional craftsmanship that different countries have to offer and facilitating the ever moving populations by prioritising fewer and more personal pieces in order to reduce obstacles. In this way he hopes to preserve the industry whilst also allowing it to grow.
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