This excellent stylish interior design is a beautiful combination between functionality, space, beauty, and customer satisfaction. Yes, this design perfectly suits the needs and purposes of the client. It is more and more frequent to see interior designs that match the desires of the customer. This stylish interior design is a result of the direct relationship between the designers and the customer.
This project is a stylish interior design renovation by Patrick Norguet. It was completed in 2009 in Lyon, France. In order to create a beautiful welcoming interior that is not overwhelmed with texture but also to have a strong identity, Patrick worked with the city’s oldest textile merchant – Tassinari et Chatel. The result is a fascinating lobby interior with beautifully decorated walls. This stylish interior design is a wonderful artwork that combines uniqueness, exceptional quality and harmony.
Usually, the modern stylish interior design of a hotel doesn’t give a warm, homely feeling. However, this is not a typical sophisticated modern hotel interior design. This place attracts with its mixture of eclectic, traditional and contemporary styles. All of the elements are made of the finest materials. The designer’s touch is everywhere – in the bar, the lobby, the restaurant, the gym, and the spa. Everything is redesigned by Norguet and complements his artistic approach and innovative understanding of stylish interior design.
Beauty and artistry accompany the guests everywhere. The stylish interior design is complemented by the professional lightning systems by Gerard Foucault. The project partners are SLA Architecture. This great team created an outstanding interior work of art. A complete renovation was at first necessary but later it turned from necessary to unexpectedly fabulous. This design proves that we can still be surprised and feel really happy about it. Norguet gives us a perfect example of modernity, comfort, and stylish interior design flowing in endless harmonic and eclectic combinations.
Text: Rebecca T.
Photographer: Renaud Callebaut
Architect : SLA Architecture
Design : Studio Patrick Norguet Equipe : Thomas Dewynter, Thibaud Klepper