DATE & TIME
Tuesday 3rd of October
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Sarah Lavoine is a leading interior designer, and her agency have become synonymous with Parisian taste, contemporary aesthetics, and craftsmanship. Her product line is available at Barney’s New York, and her work has been featured in the New York Times, Vogue, Elle Decoration, and more.
She brings a fearless graphic edge to her work. “Having confidence in your own sense of style is key,” says the in-demand interior designer, Sarah Lavoine, when describing her rule-breaking aesthetic. She combines her love of modern art with signature irreverent touches and unexpected hits of colour. ‘’I love to play with colour, my preferences are white and black with certain touches of strong colours ».
Reference in the field of decoration, she created its interior architecture firm in 2002. In ten years, her name has become synonymous with Parisian taste, contemporary aesthetics and craftsmanship of excellence.
The young woman also connects the personal creative projects. The iconic brand CFOC (French Company of the Orient and China) called this year in her knowledge of sourcing and decoration to rethink space and range of interior luxury.
For her Paris boutique, Sarah Lavoine devised its own furniture, which blends harmoniously with the lights of the Italian Paola Navone as the Dutch Gubi tables.
Recently, she realized the beautiful Pavillon Vendôme, the Far-Eastern restaurant or confidential Hotel Jardin de Neuilly.
As a recognized designer, Sarah Lavoine also collaborated with La Redoute for a collection of exclusive furniture.
“Having confidence in your own sense of style is key,” says the in-demand interior designer, Sarah Lavoine, when describing her rule-breaking aesthetic. The sexy-rebel thing is ingrained: her father was the former Chief Editor of Vogue Paris during the Guy Bourdin era, her mother is an interior decorator and she counts Emmanuelle Alt and Yves Saint Laurent’s Hedi Slimane as friends.
Her career is now the subject of a beautiful book published by Editions de la Martinière, which traces technicolor in faultless “Sarah Lavoine, Interior Architecture”.