On 2019 September 4th 5th AD France opened the doors to its annual exhibition AD Intérieurs 2019 during Paris Design Week in the Hôtel de Coulanges. Each year, the much-admired design magazine Architectural Digest presents all the best triumphs of the year regarding contemporary design. “Metamorphoses” is the main theme of the tenth edition of AD Intérieurs: top architects and modern interior designers explore with imagination this eternal theme of impermanence, highlighting the best of craftsmanship.
Luxury furniture, rich textiles, stunning finishes, delicate lighting bring each showroom to life. If you are in Paris for Maison et Objet 2019 and Paris Design Week, the AD Intérieurs design event is an indispensable place to visit.
The design exhibition showcases a contemporary cabinet inspired by Pierre Bonnefille, a creator who builds modern furniture, pictorial creative works and contemplation spaces. At the design event, he creates a warm space with a quiet atmosphere.
Thierry Lemaire builds vibrant and lively interior design projects full of contrasts between raw materials, precious metals, and touches of bright colours. At AD Intérieurs 2019, the top interior designer mixes different periods, unique styles and materials to define this stunning masculine bedroom with a bed resting on a parchment platform.
Influenced by the melancholy surrealism of Giorgio De Chirico, Anne-Sophie Pailleret develops a textured interior in shades of brown, Sienna and cognac scattered by touches of white at this edition of AD Intérieurs. In each of her projects, the top designer confers great relevance to textures and patterns.
“Metamorphoses” also inspired Fabrizio Casiraghi, an Italian interior architect who works with rigour and softness. The design project presents a collection of precious chronographs, centre tables, comfortable sofa, painted lacquers, and tufted carpets.
Charlotte de Tonnac and Hugo Sauzay – Festen Duo
Lacing bridges between East and West, Charlotte de Tonnac and Hugo Sauzay build a quiet modern bathroom, such a calm and serene space with a red marble bathtub, a sculptural basin, and fine art pieces. Also present at AD Intérieurs 2019, the design team usually uses materials and neutral tones to create sophisticated interior design projects.
The Hannes Peer Italian Gallery
Also showcasing at AD Intérieurs, Hannes Peer is an Italian architect and top interior designer who designs spaces with a unique design whose dynamics stem from confrontations of sharp artistic elements. The cosy but contemporary living room created by him features vintage furniture signed by the greatest maestros of transalpine design.
Humbert & Poyet
With arc-shaped niches, benches, and washbasins, this symmetrical modern bathroom is reminiscent of Palladian villas as well as Art Deco palaces. The green marble monolith bath and the sculptural brass shower-cage breathe strength and vigour into this space designed by Humbert & Poyet, a design firm that builds pure spaces with theatrical elements.
At this edition of AD Intérieurs, Pierre Gonalons gives a realistic but graceful reinterpretation of the interior garden with a contemporary design as it was conceived in the 19th century. His creations always combine opposites: discreet rigour and decorative spirit.
Bismut & Bismut
This hybrid and multifunctional space is a symbol of contemporary design. At this year edition of AD Intérieurs, Michel and Daniel Bismut developed a dynamic and moving design project.
Source: AD Intérieurs and Architectural Digest