Internationally recognized and acclaimed as one of the best interior designers, Juan Pablo Molyneux is known for his accurately purified French heritage-inspired unique designs and admiration for expert and fine craftsmanship.
Based among the United States of America and France, with design studios in Paris and New York, the top interior designer works on multiple classic interior design projects around the planet. One of these projects is a Hôtel Claude Passart’s six-meter-high space, his luxury home in Paris, where Juan Pablo Molyneux combines his neoclassical-inspired style with modern design and where his love for tradition is present.
About the interior design project, according to Juan Pablo Molyneux: “It starts with something that is already spectacular and reimagines it as something even more fascinating. (…) I had to buy a dozen lots to be able to restore the original grandeur and sense of space. (…) The grand staircase was gone and had to be rebuilt from scratch. My priority was to remove all the parasitic partitions; once that was achieved, I could give free rein to my imagination.”
Besides being an incredible project, the luxury house is also the embodiment of Juan Pablo Molyneux’s achievements as a decorator and as a top interior designer: all this creative work is a synonym and exposes his amazing knowledge of European history and design, his respect for the classical principle of harmonious proportions, and his sense of mischief.
With a baroque inspiration, Juan Pablo Molyneux has created a luxury interior design and decorated each room with luxury furniture pieces. All the classic design was inspired, in turn, by another lost treasure: Louis XIV’s Porcelain Trianon at Versailles, built to celebrate the 17th-century French nobility’s craze for Chinese porcelain and encrusted from roof to ground with polychrome faience panels.
Juan Pablo Molyneux not only saves historic buildings but also seeks to preserve the traditional craft skills that are so evident throughout his work. As he said: “My greatest pride is the transmission of craftsmanship to younger generations.”
Eclecticism worker, Juan Pablo Molyneux created diverse atmospheres inside this luxury home by mixing styles and eras, and by his continuous concern for the comfort and the art of living.
Source: AD Middle East