4BI & Associés is a French-based interior design and architectural firm, that was founded by Bruno Moinard in 1995. Having once worked in the team of Andrée Putman and Ecart International, he decided to start his own company and delight every interior design aficionado. He’s a professional in many arts such as interior architecture, scenography, design, and painting. Join Paris Design Agenda and get to know a little bit more about this company!
Prepare to be inspired by the magic effect of the amazing work of the interior architectural firm, 4BI & Associés. Founded by Bruno Moinard in 1995, this company has demonstrated its amazing strengths, and of course, a beautiful portfolio. He joins forces with Claire Bétaille, the Associate Director of this design firm.
Claire’s contribution to the design company was palpable on the 4BI & Associés’s expansion to international markets, especially in Asia. The richness of the exchanges and the amazing collaborations realized together, made Bruno Moinard realize that she was indispensable to the company and therefore, invited Claire to become his partner.
Bruno Moinard has contributed to his scenographic skills towards many creations for museums, exhibitions, or shops, including the Cartier Foundation. This last partnership with Cartier opened many doors to the luxury world, and especially luxury interior design and architecture.
This interior design company shares a large range of projects, within the hospitality, residential, and commercial areas. Through this variety of styles, the concept is always focused on the luxury modern, yet classic vibe through each setting. Every single one of these projects demonstrates perfectly the designer’s identity and his many talents.
Some of his projects include Château Latour in Pauillac, the Plaza Athénée hotel, the Marc Veuve Clicquot hotel, the Dorchester Hotel, and the Four Seasons Hotel in London. In 2014, he created Bruno Moinard Éditions, apart from the 4BI & Associés, his first furniture collection, and the opening of his Gallery at 31 rue Jacob in the Parisian Saint-Germain.