Best Interior Designers in France: India Mahdavi – Paris-based top interior designer and architect India Mahdavi’s name is a reflection of the designer herself – exotic, feminine, dramatic. It’s a name that evokes a chic, global sensibility and one that completely captures the essence of her designs. India’s work has become a reference for renowned hotels, restaurants and commercial spaces. She has worked for and/or collaborated with the Connaught Hotel in London, the Monte Carlo Beach Hotel in Monaco, Claridge’s Hotel in London, L’Apogée in Courchevel, Café Français in Paris, The Gallery at Sketch in London to only name a few. Find out more about this designer in this article by The Most Expensive Homes blog.
Today, India has become an exclusive brand, offering a lifestyle and philosophy that is influenced by her early adopted multicultural lifestyle. Her work has been described with a very special vocabulary “high end, joyful, nomadic, chic, elegant, sensual, minimal, ‘art de vivre’, a certain way of life“. See bellow some of her best interior design projects.
Mid-Century Design at L’Apogée Courchevel Hotel by India Mahdavi and Joseph Dirand.
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Café Français designed by India Mahdavi with deep red and blue details.
Café Français interior design stands out through its dramatic use of colors.
India Mahdavi has designed L’Apogée Courchevel with chic individualism, creating a glamorous atmosphere.
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Hôtel Thoumieux designed by Mahdavi where she created a visual pandemonium of clashing symbols and skewed lampshades.
Fiva Star Monte Carlo Beach Hotel contemporary interior design by India Mahdavi.
La Villa des Alyscamps – Interior design with vintage patterns by Mahdavi.
Le Cloitre Hotel – A fusion of historic charm and contemporary design.
Barclay Prime in Philadelphia designed by India Mahdavi.
Atelier Les Germanopratines created by India Mahdavi.
Le Cloitre Hotel – A fusion of historic charm and contemporary design by Mahdavi.
One of India’s most iconic and recognized projects – The Gallery in London monochromatic, classic and simple interior.
Café Français designed by India Mahdavi with glinting geometrics elements in black and white, midnight blue and coppery gold.
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