Modern Design: Be In Awe of Fabrizio Casiraghi’s Artistic Sensibility – Casiraghi is best known for experimenting with colors and mastering the use of light. In his work, one can also sense a perfect balance between lyricism and Milanese sophistication, austerity, and purity. The prestigious creative has conceived a wide variety of interior design projects, from retail and hospitality design to outstanding private residences. In today’s article, the Modern Chandeliers blog explores a series of Casiraghi’s highly curated interiors.
Be In Awe of Fabrizio Casiraghi’s Artistic Sensibility
After studying at the Polytechnic University of Milan and gaining experience by working at the French Architecture studio of Dominique Perrault, the Paris-based architect, and designer, Fabrizio Casiraghi has certainly developed his own signature style and artistic sensibility.
The designer’s modern interiors often highlight historical references in the form of an intimate and soothing environment that brims with bold combinations. Casiraghi assuredly knows how to personalize an interior by using outstanding design contrasts. For example, when he uses neon lights, he pairs them with ancient mirrors, or when he introduces precious fabrics into an interior, he often resorts to industrial resin. Another example of such daring contrasts is how he blends antique furnishings with remarkable plant displays.
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Sometimes his interiors benefit from a calmer ambiance, other times they feature a more exotic touch, nevertheless, these interiors always portray a seductive harmony as you are about to see in the following four interior design projects.
For the living of this Parisian apartment, one of the most stunning divisions of a young family’s home, the Italian designer introduced outstanding features such as antique and vintage furnishings that are displayed alongside an Alexandre Logé chandelier.
Furthermore, the sofas are upholstered in Nobilis fabrics that flank a custom mirrored cocktail table in this living room. This space also benefits from a mid-century modern touch courtesy of 1970s chrome table lamps and custom Plexiglas side tables.
Recently, the designer revamped the celebrated Drouant restaurant in Paris, located just between the Louvre and Palais Garnier. Throughout the restaurant, one is bound to find numerous Art Deco details, from a travertine mosaic floor to exquisite sconces and even door handles. The dining room highlights a unique color scheme of creams, navy blues, and buttercup yellow that perfectly complement the use of warm woods.
The bright and welcoming interiors of the Kenzo boutique store in Haut Marais were also conceived by Fabrizio Casiraghi. Some of the most impressive design features include colored neon lamps, walls decorated with ornate tapestry made by Olivier Colombard, and archival pieces, among others that best represent the new era of the brand, led by designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim.
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