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One of France’s most famous landscape designers, Louis Benech is a fixture in his home country’s elite scene. The Paris-based AD100 landscape designer has a long client list of well-known figures from the cultural establishment, including Yves Saint Laurent and, more recently, Diane von Furstenberg, and has established a reputation as a designer who can adapt French ideals in various ways for a variety of locations after receiving international recognition in 1990 following his renovation of the Tuileries in Paris’ first arrondissement. He has recently created outdoor furniture for companies like Royal Botania and Edmond & Fils.
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Rose Tarlow, a Los Angeles-based interior designer, antiques dealer, and proprietor of a boutique, has been defining Californian style for decades. With a new flagship location for her furniture, lighting, and fabric company, Rose Tarlow Melrose House, in Beverly Hills and an upcoming interiors book, Tarlow has cemented her reputation as a genuine decorator’s decorator. Tarlow has designed homes for celebrities like Oprah Winfrey and David Geffen with a love of natural materials, especially all things wood, and soulful, rustic furnishings in solid, neutral colors.
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Because of his emphasis on technical innovation, sustainability, and purposefulness, British architect Norman Foster, winner of the Pritzker Prize, and his long-standing firm Foster + Partners have changed how architecture may be utilized to support change in contemporary life. His portfolio includes everything from private homes and furniture to airports (including a brand-new airport in Kuwait) and museums, but his style has been particularly influential in office buildings, such as his HSBC Tower in Hong Kong from 1986 and the circular Apple Park in Cupertino, California, from 2018.
Juan Pablo Molyneux
The work of Chilean-born, New York– and Paris-based interior designer Juan Pablo Molyneux is known as the gold standard for classical decor. How else to describe his expertly rendered designs, like his own Paris home or a refined Pebble Beach estate? Bold, checkered marble floors are a recurring flourish, but every element of a Molyneux design is executed with the skill level necessary to bravely mix and match periods, palettes, and materials for his clients, which include royalty, sports figures like Cristiano Ronaldo, and Palm Beach heavy hitters. Clients revered the AD100 designer for what they call his “perfect taste.”
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