Known as one of the best interior designers in France, Didier Gomez is a source of inspiration for all the design world. With a personal and charismatic home décor style, the French interior designer has begun his career as an opera singer before branching out into the world of interior and product design in 1985 with his association with the architect JJ Ory. As a winner of abundant design awards, Didier Gomez has worked with remarkable clients including Yves Saint-Laurent, Céline Dion, Louis Vuitton, and Christian Dior. During his career, the top interior designer was responsible to create interior design projects for luxury stores, modern restaurants, and contemporary apartments: today, Inspiration and Ideas takes you inside a Parisian residence where a perfect harmony lives – a stunning project by Didier Gomez.
Filled with sculptural aesthetics and modern furniture pieces with a unique design, Gomez designed a marvelous harmony and synchronization in this contemporary apartment. This colorful and modern house is situated in a 17th-century building with high ceilings, and it used to be a pharmaceutical factory. Located in the Le Marais neighborhood, the architectural building features high ceilings and has a private wonderful garden: all these things and details inspired Didier Gomez and helps him to create a contemporary interior design with a confident use of color and a gorgeous art collection. However, the main focus in the modern living room is the artworks and the fine craftsmanship pieces.
Didier Gomez redesigned his modern apartment around a forgotten trove of geometric artworks by famous names, the most significant of which is a remarkable painting by Cy Twombly. Inside this renovated apartment, the proportion of the scale of the rooms to the furniture and art creates a visual treat popped with both sharp graphics and surprising bursts of color. Featuring warm wood finishes in the 17th century flat, counting with a natural oak floor and enormous unadorned walnut doors, act as an anchor and deliver balance to the sculptural furniture and geometric artwork.
The contemporary dining room presents a sunny and yellow touch with a simple wooden floor and white background that gives a sunny and illuminated atmosphere. There is also an exclusive pendant lamp over the table, some yellow modern chairs with a unique design.
Inside this interior design project by Didier Gomez, the kitchen is kept unadulterated and simple, with an only piece of statement lighting stealing the stage.
Photography: Stephan Julliard | Tripod Agency