Bruno Borrione is a French interior designer born in Palaiseau in 1961. He graduated from the Ecole Boutle from 1978 to 1984. Bruno Borrione worked for a year with Nemo, a design agency run by François Scali and Alain Domingo, and took courses at UP6. In 1985 he joined the team of Philippe Starck and participated in various projects in Japan (Nani Nani, Asahi) and in the United States for Ian Schrager.
Thus began the era of “major projects”: Hudson Hotel (New York), Delano (Miami), Mondrian (in Los Angeles) or St. Martins Lane and Sanderson (London) for the hotelier Ian Schrager; Alain Mikli boutiques (New York, Paris, Dusseldorf, Tokyo) and Benedikt Taschen (Paris, Los Angeles, Brussels, Berlin, Copenhagen, New York, London, Miami), Faena Hotel in Buenos Aires or Rio de Janeiro Fasano, among others.
In late 2008, while pursuing some collaboration with Philippe Starck, Bruno Borrione decided to devote more time to his own projects. He realizes Le Placide, Saint-Placide in Paris, the Intercontinental Hotel in the Avenue Marceau, the Palacio Avenida hotel in Palma de Mallorca and starts a multi-year collaboration with Anne-Sophie Pic leader. Alongside private residences (Beirut, London, Los Angeles, etc.), he continues to develop mainly hotels and restaurants in Paris, Madrid, London, and New York.
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