In this article, Paris Design Agenda will highlight the work of one of the best interior designers currently in the French design scene, the extremely skilled, Stéphanie Coutas. With extensive experience in producing high-end projects, the interior designer is best known for her signature neoclassical and contemporary style wherein the interiors that she designs, one can reminisce over all sorts of eras and trends of decorative arts.
According to the Offical Website of the Stéphanie Coutas Agency, this top interior designer and decorator has retained since her childhood “an intuitive appetence for the mixing of cultures and the refinement “art de vivre” with no show of ostentation”. Her prestigious and luxurious achievements distinguish themselves by the nobility of the materials used, the prestige of bespoke as well as the exceptional quality and originality of the finishing touches.
Creating rare and precious settings, Stéphanie Coutas expresses and conveys her talent through three cardinal values: elegance, “joie de vivre” and comfort.
In 2005, Coutas founded her own agency, the Stéphanie Coutas Agency. Together with an experienced team of design professionals, from architects to interior designers, they often collaborate with renowned artists and craftsmen in order to create the most amazing projects.
Those projects include amazing residential projects, “Pied-à-Terre”, penthouses, hotels, spas and restaurants. The agency has already designed several private residences, penthouses and luxury villas in the most cosmopolitan cities of the world, from Paris to London and even Athens. They were also responsible for the interior design of luxurious hospitality venues such as the Dress Code Hotel Paris.
All in all, the Stéphanie Coutas Agency manages international projects of any scale to the same strict standards, from the design to (turnkey) delivery. Since 2015, Stéphanie Coutas expanded the business and has started producing furniture and decorative objects of high-quality, including the Paris chandelier and the Bilou-Bilou chairs.
Source: My Design Agenda