Jean Loius Deniot Designs an Incredible Collection for Baker | Furniture
“Baker and I are an absolute perfect match. I could not dream of a better collaboration.” Jean- Louis Deniot
For the past 2 years, famous Parisian designer Jean-Louis Deniot has been working closely with Baker Furniture for a new collection inspired by 20th Century vintage furnishings.
“Sensual curves meet geometric symmetry. The changing light of day reflects multitudes of moods at play in sumptuous textures and tones. A neoclassical foundation underpins the improvisation of a mid-Century silhouette here, an Art Deco gilding there. Nods to primitivism punctuate the clean lines of a curated space. With all of this, Jean-Louis Deniot masters an amalgam of organic energy and a brainy precision to create something entirely 21st-Century.”
The beauty of the collection is that it is complete with elegant accessories, lighting, and tables not just furniture.
About the architect:
Featured on the ELLE Decor and AD 100 lists of the world’s preeminent talents in
architecture and interior design, Jean-Louis Deniot has long been in the business of creating atmospheres. His décors are his playground, spaces where spontaneity and magic are de rigueur. Recognized worldwide for his eclectic and emblematic interiors, Jean-Louis Deniot plays in a multiplicity of repertoires, never sticking to purity of style, rather letting his academic training translate into a vocabulary that is both informal and bold. If he does contemporary, it is always with a weighty dose of history and references infused into it to produce a timeless yet timely scenario.
Minimalism is not for Jean-Louis Deniot as neither is excess. Balance and osmosis is what he is after, offsetting the sometimes rigid facet of architecture with an inmost vision of refinement, comfort and openness making his creations around the world havens to revel in. For him, style equates lifestyle and must promote harmony and wellbeing.
A great enthusiast of iconic designs, his decors feature no shortage of arresting
materials and textures tempered with subtle color palettes, muted tones and impeccable lighting. At the crossroads between classical terminology and contemporary aesthetics, Jean-Louis Deniot’s interiors are serene, elegant and dramatic as awash with nods to other time periods, yet never typical or literal.