Every year, Maison et Objet promotes and honors a brand-new name in the world of design, known as “The Designer of the Year”: this 2019 September edition, Laura Gonzalez was the chosen top interior designer to receive this amazing distinction. Laura Gonzalez is actually a creative name in the business with plenty of passion and glamour to throw around the contemporary design world. Boca do Lobo Blog presents you, as a design-lover, some of the most exclusive and unique interior design projects by the French designer.
About her inspiration, according to Laura Gonzalez: “My inspiration is classical, gleaned from the decorative arts, but I then add my very own whimsical spin. I’m a huge advocate of eclecticism, and love combining different fabrics, motifs, materials, colors or eras. I also love adding a plethora of details, ensuring there’s always something of interest, no matter where the gaze falls. I feel that spaces need to have their own soul. And for each project, I work with the very best craftsmen, including marble masons, cabinetmakers, glassmakers, glass blowers, mosaic specialists and lacquerers. I really enjoy seeing all that creativity at work. “
At 37 years old, the top architect Laura Gonzalez is already well-known for working her magic across Paris, and for the past two years has been spreading her artistic wings overseas, impressing her unique design style on some interior design projects in modern restaurants, marvelous bars, luxury hotels, and contemporary stores.
With touches in Lapérouse, Hotel Christine, the Brasserie La Lorraine, and the Cartier stores in Paris, 2019 September Edition’s Maison & Objet – Designer of The Year is an intrinsic eye to modern design and no one can deny it. The top French architect Laura Gonzalez has a been branching around the interior and furniture design world and is now establishing a brand for herself and her keen eye style.
To improve her design qualities and skills, Laura Gonzalez is currently busy working on a brand new project that sits just perfectly with her Latin sense of exuberance, inherited from her Spanish mother: renovating a mansion in the Vexin to create what she calls a “living showroom”: this will be the place where Laura Gonzalez will intend to welcome clients, craftsmen, chefs, journalists, in a space where she will display vintage furniture pieces finds alongside her brand new modern furniture range, featuring sofas, lights, and tables.