The Amazing Interiors of Top Interior Designers Gilles & Boissier
Top Interior DesignersPatrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier are opposites that attract.
Joyfully engaged in constant, creative disagreement, they find inspiration: more, it’s precisely this ceaseless game of verbal and mental ping-pong that gives form to their ideas.
Partners in life and in design, each one has a specific role and style, but together they form a unified whole. If strict lines and a distinctive taste for fine woods can be attributed to Patrick Gilles, Dorothée, on her end, has a way with spatial fluidity, colors, and intuitive elegance.
It is this distinctive approach that has paved their road to success, with commissions all over the world.
Since 2004, Gilles & Boissier have designed a variety of projects from residential to hospitality projects, luxury boutiques, and lifestyle restaurants. Yet, it is the constant refinement of their clients that has pushed them into designing wild Moncler stores for Remo Ruffini, along site his latest residence on Lake Como, Italy.
Presently working on the interiors of Ritz Carlton in New York or Mandarin Oriental – Ritz in Madrid – Gilles & Boissier thrive in translating local cultures.
Blending elegance and creativity, Patrick and Dorothée give, in every project they direct, “carte blanche’ to an artist (like François Houtin, Cyprien Chabert or Alix Waline) to create a mural or intricate drawing, and further transform the perception of the space. A timeless approach to style and interiors that have brought them international recognition…
For over a decade, Gilles & Boissier‘s every project has revealed an opportunity to invent something new, to design bespoke furniture and lights. As if every project were a short film where interior design and furniture converse, contradict one another, sometimes even enjoy the situation. Gilles & Boissier Privé was born from the desire to create a unique collection of furniture and lights.
In their book “Oxymores” you can meet the artists, sculptures, photos… and the furniture designed by Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier.