Hello, dear readers! Featured in the top magazines of the world’s preeminent talents in architecture and interior design, Jean Louis Deniot has long been in the business of creating luxury projects and opulent atmospheres.
Jean his a Parisian tastemaker and know for his handsome prewar apartments with neoclassical-style details, bespoke finishes, and European refinement. And one of this examples is a Chicago apartment, wich was a French architectural project elaborated with Chicago’s eyes.
Chicago has long been the Paris of America, the classicism of Paris’s École was a major influence in the 1920s, as developers put up one grand apartment tower after another along the waterfront boulevard Lake Shore Drive. One of those historic buildings turned to a dashing Paris-based designer, Jean-Louis Deniot a French elaborated apartment with Chicago’s eyes.
In the living room, the chairs are by Lucien Rollin, and the Roche–inspired mirrored mantel was designed by Deniot.
The breakfast corner features a vintage Poul Henningsen light and a painting by François Stienne. The lanterns are by Vaughan;
The sunburst mirror is by Hervé Van der Straeten from Ralph Pucci International, the wallpaper is by Zoffany, and the mirrored marble-top console is a Serge Roche. In the entry hall, the pendant lights are by Vaughan.
A ’70s bed, by Phyllis Morris from Assemblage, commands a second guest room; the folding screen at right is covered in a Georges Le Manach jacquard from Claremont.
The artwork in the library is by Serge Poliakoff; the sofa, in a Larsen fabric, is by Frank, and the vintage malachite cocktail table is by Maison Jansen.
Once again, here is the prove that, there is no doubt that, Jean-Louis Deniot is one of the best interior designers in the world and his projects can be the perfect inspiration for your next decorating project.
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