Classicism. Monochrome. It is the brand image of the interior designer Joseph Dirand, of french origin, considered by House & Garden magazine as one of the top 10 in his country.
Their brand is designed in all areas of architecture working from homes / houses, hotels, commercial spaces and interiors. After your first project, in 1999, his rise came naturally until in 2001, the project appears that relaunches the international space architecture. Balmain House in Paris.
Professedly, white minimalism combined with touches of gold and black, all space makes this home very functional. In similarity to this project, others follow the same orientation: the house Pucci (New York), Saifi Penthouse (Beirut) and Habita Monterrey.
The harmony between the spaces created by Joseph Dirand and the parts that make up this space, reveals the simplicity with which unites the expertise with French lifestyle.
For some repetitive use of monochrome may reveal a lack of originality, but it is with this record that is before the big residential projects, that have gave him valid positive assessments on all of them.
The collaboration with Louis Vuitton, earned him the award as one of the best residential interior projects, according to French Vogue.