Designing a universe that is more than just a décor but rather a complete atmosphere that will become the establishments true identity and personality.
Based in Paris and New York, Studio Jean-Philippe Nuel is an internationally renowned name in luxury interior design. The staff of 30+ employees at Studio Jean-Philippe Nuel put their expertise to work for hotel chains, private residences, concept stores, corporate head offices and cruise ships.
The studio’s most iconic projects include the Grand Hôtel-Dieu in Lyon and the Hôtel-Dieu in Marseille (InterContinental), La Clef Champs-Elysées (Ascott), Hôtel Molitor in Paris and Les Cures Marines in Trouville (MGallery), Le Cinq Codet in Paris and Villa Borghese in Rome (Sofitel). Trained architect Jean-Philippe Nuel also works on architectural projects, on his own or through collaborations, for hotels, private homes, wine cellars and other remarkable projects.
Although often undervalued, concrete has become one of the materials of choice for architects. What’s funny is to see it almost come back in style and make something inherently impressive.
Studio Jean-Philippe Nuel is also active in the field of product design, through collaborations with major furniture design firms like Ligne Roset, Pierre Frey, Colombo Design and Saint Luc. In other words, it touches on every aspect of a project, from architecture to design, by way of interior décor, seeking power and coherence in each one. With its significant international presence, Studio Jean-Philippe Nuel opened an office in New York, run by designer Sandy Stevens-Despres.
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