Written by Charles Zana, Foreword by Andrea Branzi, Text by Marion Vignal
The first monograph on the illustrious Paris-based interior architect, celebrated for designs that merge bold luxury with nods to classic French style.
Named by Architectural Digest as a “talent to not be missed,” Charles Zana has had a distinguished twenty-year-long career that has brought him to London, Gstaad, Tel Aviv, Monaco, and more to design spaces imbued with his signature modern-meets-timeless aesthetic. By merging thoughtfully placed pops of color, curated furnishings and art, and luxurious yet livable touches, the Paris-based interior architect creates unique spaces celebrated for their striking structure and rich visual poetry.
In this debut monograph, Zana beautifully showcases his work within the residential and commercial spheres, including villas boasting clean lines and light-filled spaces; avant-garde Parisian apartments; and showrooms defined by an effortless blend of traditional details within an edgy, industrial space. Sumptuously illustrated with two hundred color photographs that truly capture Zana’s cultivated style, this volume is an essential addition to any library of interior design.
About The Author
A graduate of the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Charles Zana has been an interior architect for over twenty years. His projects include numerous residential, commercial, and exhibition commissions in Paris, Geneva, Saint-Tropez, and Brussels. Named a Chevalier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, he lives and works in Paris, where he teaches architecture at the École Camondo. Marion Vignal is currently the head of design and architecture at the major French news and lifestyle magazine L’Express as well as the authorof numerous design publications. She is recognized for her unique journalistic approach incorporating a more personal behind-the-scenes perspective of the design world.