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TRISTAN AUER: French Eclectic Savoir Faire

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Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Paris based designer Tristan Auer describes his approach to design as eclectic – often referencing Baroque, mid century, contemporary and just about everything in between. AD France describes his style as “a new graphic classicism”. As for D… well I’m just a sucker for that French savoir faire that he cultivated while working for the likes of Christian Liaigre and Phillipe Starck. After six years of cutting his teeth with some of France’s greats, Auer struck out on his own, founding his eponymous firm in 2002. Since that time, he’s catered to the design whims of rock stars, high end boutiques and five star hotels. Shown here is a small selection of his work. Be sure to take note of the details like the leather vanity mirror, tiny checked bath and gorgeous circular floor pattern. Enjoy!

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

Tristan Auer Interior Design

 

For more from Tristan Auer, be sure to swing by D’s Pinterest pages for some beautiful outtakes this weekend. Addendum – These spaces also benefited from the helping hands of another talented french designer, Frederic Sicard.

 

Photos via Tristan Auer & Roger Davies via Elle Decor

 

 

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There are 12 comments on this post
  1. October 3, 2014

    Wow the circular floors really are gorgeous! His use of materials is inspiring. Great share!
    xo. Leslie
    Segreto Finishes

    • D
      October 4, 2014

      Hi Leslie. So glad you liked it. I’m hooked on that flooring

  2. October 3, 2014

    All this design shown on pictures were created by 4 hands:

    tristan Auer & frederic Sicard .

    • D
      October 4, 2014

      Thank you for the notice Frederic. I added in the information at the base of the post.

  3. October 4, 2014

    I love the chiavari chairs–I have a red one, and I wanted to put some robin’s egg blue Parigina Alta Laccata (minus gold leafing) around our dining table, an idea that was vetoed by my wife.

    They are still made in Italy by hand and are remarkably inexpensive considering the amount of work that goes into them: http://www.levaggisedie.it/?lang=en

    • D
      October 9, 2014

      When are you starting your own blog John? People would love to follow your process!

      • October 9, 2014

        Well, I do have a blog–but it’s about bicycles!

        As much as I like design, I’m not a professional, and there’s no way I could match what these designers have done. I’m pretty sure most people wouldn’t be interested in the design decisions of a molecular biologist 🙂

        Take a look at this for another spectacular French apartment: http://www.flodeau.com/2014/10/uda-architetti-grand-tour-apartment/

        • D
          October 15, 2014

          Of course we would be interested in the design decisions of a molecular biologist! If you change your mind let me know.

  4. October 5, 2014

    A few interesing pieces. Will keep in mind when I am decorating my next bathroom. You are
    GREAT

  5. joe
    February 10, 2015

    this is a great project! in the last photo, there is a great light hanging from the ceiling . where is this light from? thank you,
    Joe

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