September edition of Maison Objet 2017 honors French interior architect Tristan Auer as Designer of the Year!
At each edition of Maison et Objet Paris one outstanding professional is nominated as Designer of the Year. This designer often needs to reflect quality and innovative works within a particular focus of the two annual editions, this means Product Design in January and Architecture & Interior Design in September.
The french designer is characterized by a unique style on which bespoke designs feature a bold combination between classical references and avant-garde design. This approach results in a one of a kind aesthetic that favors user experience and well being.
His name is nowadays often associated with art de vivre and french style all around the world. For the September 2017 edition of MAISON&OBJET PARIS, you can expect a stand in Hall 8 with a scenography dedicated exclusively to the designer’s work.
Auer established his own design studio in 2002 and since then has been showing a remarkable understanding of the world of luxury design. He has completed a wide number of projects world wide, including exclusive hotels like Les Bains and Hotel de Crillon in Paris.
As well as Private Villas and apartments in the world’s most recognized capital cities.
For Tristan Auer the most important component of designing an interior is listening to the clients and being attentive to their lifestyles. For him an interior should spark emotion and resemble its users. No rule, no preconceived ideas, no prejudice.
Driven by his passion for vintage cars and road trips – which to him suggest a sense of timelessness –, Tristan Auer customizes the interiors of the smartest vehicles like he would do in hotels or private residences: door pockets lined with cashmere, nubuck ceilings, dashboards sheathed in matt leather and matching bags, to instill real emotions at all times.
His exhibition is without doubts, something to keep in the agenda.