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Maison Et Objet 2019: Laura Gonzalez, The Designer Of The Year


Maison Et Objet 2019

Laura Gonzalez is a top architect that is known for her amazing creations throughout the city of Paris, with classical style inspiration, on a set of restaurants, bars, hotels, and stores. Due to her amazing work, Maison Et Objet 2019 decided to recognize her for her masterwork and awarded her by naming her Designer of the Year. Today, My Design Agenda presents the incredible journey of the designer of the year.

Maison et Objet 2020


Credits by Laura Gonzalez

Laura Gonzalez trained at the Paris-Malaquais School of Architecture and has been applying that mindset of Classicism and Fantasy, throughout every project, since first launching her firm back in 2008. Some of those amazing settings she renewed include the Alcazar, Hotel Christine, the Brasserie La Lorraine. From the ground up, she as created amazing spaces such as the 86 Champs, the Manko, the Noto, the Louboutin stores in Barcelona and Amsterdam or those owned by Cartier in Stockholm, Zurich, and London.

Credits by Laura Gonzalez

The architect has inserted all these projects with her own unique style, updating classical references, in the most beautiful manner. At La Gare, a brasserie-style restaurant in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, she has displayed numerous references to travel by looking to the shores of the Mediterranean for inspiration. At the Cartier store on Paris’s rue
de la Paix, meanwhile, the space she’s designed resembles an apartment worthy of Coco Chanel.

Credits by Laura Gonzalez

During Maison Et Objet 2019, at the entrance of the Hall 7, you’re able to admire the Café Signature designed especially for the event. Inspire yourself in the world of Laura Gonzalez’s furniture in its luxurious and eccentric interior, while savouring a selection of dishes and pastries devised by Pierre Hermé. The expertise of Pierre Frey is showcased in a decor that features shapes, colors, and materials that only Laura Gonzalez could combine, a space defined by a mix of rounded shapes and bright colors.

Credits by Laura Gonzalez

This top architect is recognized for her incredible combination of fabrics, motifs, materials, colors, which sits on a truly unique signature within the design world. What was to become
her signature style has since been further enriched over the years, fuelled by numerous collaborations with some of France’s very best craftsmen.

Credits by Laura Gonzalez

Laura Gonzalez is currently busy working on a brand new project: renovating a mansion in the Vexin to create what she calls a “living showroom”. It’s a place where she’s inviting
clients, craftsmen, chefs, journalists, in a space where she will display vintage finds. The pieces in the collection will sit alongside one-off creations designed hand-in-hand with craftsmen, such as an onyx backgammon table and an obsidian lamp.



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