India Mahdavi is one of the most important designers in the world, when it comes to the interior design industry. Paris Design Agenda shares with you her journey throughout the years, and also some of the astonishing projects that India Mahdavi designed.
French architect and interior designer, India Mahdavi, is a current and intense inspiration for the interior design, all around the world. Born in Tehran, the designer divided her studies at the Paris’s École des Beaux-Arts and the New York’s School of Visual Arts and Parsons. When her studies were concluded, ended up working as the artistic director for Christian Liaigre, in Paris.
As an artistic director for Christian Liaigre, her work occurred 1990 and 1997. In 1999, India Mahdavi created her own studio, at Rue Las Cases, in Paris, where it remains to this day. In 2003, the designer launched her own furniture collection along with the inauguration of the studio.
In 2012, the designer opened her first store, Petits Objets, also at Rue Las Cases, to promote artisanal and traditional techniques on design. As it’s completely perceptible, India Mahdavi focuses her professional journey in the color boost and out-of-the-box designs that she has all over her projects.
This design style translates on the designer’s concept of color bringing happiness. With that mindset, India Mahdavi concentrates her projects in unbelievable combinations, between eccentric colors and a luxurious yet classic furniture, that makes the designed places come to life, in the most extraordinary way.
In India Mahdavi’s vast interior design journey there are some astounding projects that stand out from all the others that are presented. Between the many that were designed, it’s crucial to admire Ladurée in Los Angeles, The Gallery in London and many others.