Athough he’s only been in business for a little over a decade, urbane Paris-based interior designer Jean-Louis Deniot has made his mark by putting a chic continental spin on neoclassical-style décor and today is considered the future of the new generation of French haute decoration.
Trained at the well-regarded École Camondo in the French capital, Deniot launched his eponymous studio in the stylish 7th arrondissement in 2000. Since then, in commissions that have kept him busy from Dubai to Istanbul to Bridgehampton, New York, he has refined his recognizably Gallic sensibility while ensuring that each carefully edited interior is as plushly comfortable as it is classically handsome.
Since 2009, his firm is counted as one the most prominent interior design firms by Architectural Digest (US), AD France, AD Spain, and AD Russia, and he is currently nominated in several prestigious selections of the Top 100 international interior design firms. The international press has been highly supportive of all his work making him now one of the most published designers. His work has been featured in the most celebrated international architecture and design magazines.
The sophisticated, architectural and tailored designs created by Jean-Louis Deniot are based on classic French decors as seen through today’s eyes; corresponding to current desires and needs, all the while remaining timeless.
His achievements and projects in process include private properties as well as commercial spaces all over the world for a high powered clientele. His work can be found in London, Paris, Corsica, Monaco, Milan, Ile of Capri, Istanbul, Dubai, Moscow, Delhi, Aspen, New York, and Bora Bora to name a few.
Jean-Louis Deniot's high work standards brought him right to the top of this thriving industry, and his continuing success has made him one of the most sought after designers worldwide.
The company Pouenat Ferronnier was founded in 1880, in Auvergne, France. It started out crafting wrought iron artistic creations and metalwork for buildings.
The company then decided to apply its know-how to the development and production of furniture and rapidly evolved into a proper furniture and lighting editor. Today, some of the most talented interior designers create for Pouenat: Tristan Auer, François Champsaur, Gilles & Boissier or, more recently, Charles Zana.
This specificity is Pouenat’s cornerstone: collections are designed by interior designers for their peers. Whether standard or bespoke, the products are always hand-made in France.
Today, Pouenat keeps on accompanying ornamental projects. Committed to excellence, the company is regularly commissioned to work on various prestigious projects such as the Plazza Athénée in Paris, the Balmain and Dior boutiques and even the Château de Versailles.
In 2009, the “Living Heritage Company” (Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant, or EPV) label, awarded by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Employment recognizes and confirms the excellence and rarity of its know-how.
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