Lyon features some of the best projects in the world of interior design. Today, Paris Design Agenda takes you on a presentation of some of the most amazing projects located in Lyon, France.
Colorful, the place is warm and welcoming while keeping purity of design in the chosen furniture. Some emblematic Cassina pieces such as the UTRECHT armchair or the LEGGERA chair give the space its full identity and are reinforced by the presence of furniture from MDF Italia, Vitra, or Extendo.
Céline Bizet designs and imagines interiors that resemble you, original and clever staging so that you occupy the space as well as possible. Céline enjoys creating a tailor-made atmosphere, each decor while respecting the personality of the clients, with kindness and sympathy as you can see in this particular project, filled with light and warmth.
Créateurs d’intérieur is a human-sized structure that emphasizes the quality and tailor-made management of your project. This loft resulting from the division of a former printing house totals 65 m². Despite a relatively small surface area, all the characteristics were combined to make this open space a real loft with a revisited industrial spirit, in particular through glass roofs with “randomly triangular” shapes. The large existing glass roof allows natural light to penetrate the entire space of the accommodation: the shadows cast create the long-awaited contrast.
In the heart of the Monts d’Or near Lyon, the Création Contemporaine team has furnished an architect’s house in close connection with the exterior. The result is a fluid and refined layout where nothing hinders the gaze irresistibly drawn to the garden.
Creation of a family duplex on a 120m² garden from the reunion of 2 originally independent apartments. The main living room has been designed as a loft, the different areas are articulated around the new central staircase which delimits without partitioning the kitchen and living areas.
Le Pendu agency is an office specializing in premium projects. New constructions are carried out in collaboration with architects. In this project they took on an approach to display a modern classic look, giving the project an extra sophistication.
Pourquoi Pas Design specialized in interior architecture and interior decoration. They like challenges, atypical, quirky, dilapidated spaces, spaces where it is difficult to project oneself. It is in this kind of “impossible” space where everything is possible! In this project, they furnished a 60’s home with a modern mid-century vibe!
On the slopes of the red cross, 100 m² on the ground floor, 10 windows facing south in a garden enhanced by a Japanese-style deck that connects the spaces. The terrace invites you to linger. What to choose? The lean-to office at the end of the bright and quiet living room.
Un studio is a Lyonnais duo with plural and casual graphic production officiating in the fields of architecture and design. Almost all of this project was made to measure in close collaboration with our craftsmen, offering it all its strength and overall consistency.
YMAJ offers personalized solutions for the development and rehabilitation of private spaces. The owners wanted an open space but where each space had a specific function.
Built-in the 18th century and listed as a historic monument, this incredible hotel has been given a new lease of life.
The Hotel was entirely renovated by Laure Wormser in PH2B, but keeping the period style, this intimate new setting outside of time invites you to enjoy an authentic experience.
Located in the heart of the Haute-Garonne countryside, this charming property is set in a carefully restored historic villa.
Before Cochet Pais’s incredible work, this opulent French apartment was all set on just one floor, with a surface of 150 m2.
The project consists of the elevation of the building, to create an additional floor, transforming the luxury residence into a 250 m2 duplex facing the port of Cannes.
The incredible two-bedroom apartment is decorated luxuriously designed but uses neutral colours to bring a sense of soberness to the overall ambience. The ceilings are detailed and stand out with a set of ceilings lights and chandeliers, and all the furniture is geometric and placed strategically.