It’s not difficult to find approaches in the luxury interior design field – the problem is finding really good ones. This article will show you how to do it well, taking the example of one of the best European interior designers’ work: Michael Malapert. Malapert’s interior architecture and design agency designs and constructs restaurants, bars, hotels, shops and other hospitality projects. Reading this article, you’ll be able to see some of his projects and be inspired by his work.
At a very young age, Michael raised awareness of space at an early age thanks to his father’s architectural practice. Years later, the Parisien designer Michael Malapert launched his interior design agency in Paris (2005), and from that moment on he has been developing living and commercial spaces on a national level.
This designer’s work reflects the codes of contemporary luxury. But much more that this, Malapert values the historical context of each project. Each project tells a story through the architecture and design, enhancing the ergonomics of each space to provide a clear path. Michael’s visual vocabulary enhances the well-being always designing sustainability and is a balance between form and function.
In Malapert’s website, we can read that “his approach can be equated to that of a chef preparing a gastronomic meal: choosing and assembling the ingredients (materials, lights, volumes) to form the basis of a coherent study.” No more words needed.
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS
Malapert’s interior architecture and design agency designs and constructs restaurants, bars, hotels, shops and more. We want to show you some of the designer’s inspiring and so well-developed projects. Are you in? Enjoy.
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