Pierre-Yves Rochon is synonymous with luxury hospitality environments. Each unique space is composed of elements drawn from each property’s location, culture and history, supported by classic French style and ideals. Traditional and modern materials, textures and furniture are combined to create new interiors that are elegant, engaging and soothing. Have a look!
Pierre-Yves Rochon is known, not only but also, for exceptional hotels and restaurant interiors. The award-winning projects of Pierre-Yves Rochon and his design company include majestic places such as Château Les Crayères in France, Four Seasons Firenze in Florence, The Savoy Hotel in London, The Peninsula Shanghai and Hotel Sacher in Vienna. It’s all about a luxury atmosphere that gives life to the whole interior design. If you want to know more about the work of this amazing interior designer, you should visit Pierre-Yves Rochon’s website here.
In addition, Pierre-Yves Rochon has created restaurant environments for some of the world’s most innovative chefs, such as Joël Robuchon, Alain Ducasse, Paul Bocuse, Gérard Boyer and Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Today, offices in Paris and Chicago work collaboratively, with designers and technical staff organized into integrated project teams offering a full spectrum of interior design services. Their design philosophy centers on creating a refined, comfortable atmosphere that celebrates elegance and warmth while providing a timeless backdrop for an ever-changing modern culture.
“Creativity does not exist without dreams. The capacity to dream about our projects enables us to create hotels that stimulate, surround and soothe all the senses”
– Pierre-Yves Rochon
TOP DESIGN PROJECTS BY PIERRE-YVES ROCHON
The project Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is located in Los Angeles to showcase the differences between the more commercial style of the Americans, and the more exquisite style of the French. Even though the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is filled with amazing details and powerful luxury elements, this project is clearly an Americanized version of Rochon’s projects. In this project, the spirit of Southern California meets Old Hollywood glamour at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, but we can clearly see that this project follows a more modern and clean vibe that contrasts with the more refined style of Rochon’s European hotels.
The definition of glamour itself, this project by Pierre-Yves Rochon is a grand palace of 1894 located on Piazza della Republica that mixes perfectly original details with modern luxuries. Besides that, a beautiful blend of refined Belle-Époque and Imperial details are spotted through Murano chandeliers, mosaics, and Venetian mirrors.
Particularly proud of the Hotel in Firenze, this project by Pierre-Yves Rochon is a classic modern project that took some time. All in all, he took seven years to restore a converted 15th-century palace and 16th-century convent and transform them into a glamorous hotel with 116 guestrooms and 4 restaurants. He also loved bringing to life the amazing Four Seasons George V Hotel in Paris, where he completely redesigned a historical location following the classical Louis XVI style!
The designer himself highlighted his work at the L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, a grandiose boutique/restaurant where he collaborated with French chef and restauranteur, Joel Robuchon. Even though it’s a different kind of hospitality project, Rochon enjoyed this project because it allowed him to experiment with a new wave of designs that could only work within a restaurant vibe.