I always talk about how much I love hotel interiors & really, if I had to choose an area of design specialty, it would no doubt be between luxury hotels and corporate spaces. Pierre-Yves Rochon Design would be the absolute dream place to work because: 1) They focus on luxury hospitality. 2) They have clients all over the world = ✈️✈️✈️ 3) Paris.

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PYR was established in the late 70s by Pierre-Yes Rochon with the aim of enhancing each aspect of the guest experience through luxury hospitality environments. The firm has worked with majority of the world’s leading hospitality groups such as; Four Seasons hotels & resorts, Ritz- Carlton hotels & resorts, Fairmont hotels & resorts, etc. as well as created restaurants for some of the world’s most renowned chefs.

What I love most about the firm is how they tend to draw inspiration from each property’s location, culture and history with an added classic French twist so each project is very unique.

The Peninsula, Shanghai“Suites are reminiscent of a time when Shanghai was known as “Paris of the East” joining Art Deco styles with traditional Chinese elements. Rich colors and hand crafted details bring to life the hotels restaurants and bars.”

Four Seasons, Florence“The converted 16th century palace fuses together modern sensibilities and comfort with restored architectural elements respecting the local florentine style. The guest rooms and restaurants are inspired by the historic architecture, existing frescoes, mosiacs and moldings.”

Hotel du Lac, Switzerland swissswiss 2swissChâteau Les Crayères, France“The 19th century hotel blends tradition, comfort and elegance into an unparalleled retreat. Guests unwind in lavish guestrooms adorned in classic French style or on the terrace that looks onto lush gardens. The hotel’s exclusive fine dining restaurant is the epitome of European Grandeur; paying attention to every detail, from the wall coverings to the place settings.”

xo halima

Disclaimer: Images posted are not mine unless stated otherwise.


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