Written by Isabelle Stanislas, Text by Thomas Erber, Introduction by Hervé Lemoine
The renowned Paris-based architect and interior designer debuts a monograph capturing her signature warm, elegantly modern aesthetic.
Isabelle Stanislas’s interiors nod to historical sources while exuding a refreshing contemporary style. Known for her knack for subtly interweaving art, landscaping, architecture, and materials, she has been regularly called upon by private homeowners and luxury houses such as Cartier and Hermès since founding her firm in 2000. Most recently, the designer was tapped by the French president to breathe new life into the Élysée Palace—skyrocketing her prestige even further.
From architecture and construction to interior design and bespoke furniture, this highly anticipated monograph explores the impressive breadth of Stanislas’s creative approach through twelve diverse properties. Defined by precision, minimalism, and a unique take on French style, the designer’s modus operandi emerges from the pages of this dazzling volume. Specially commissioned photographs take readers on a journey from Paris to London to Portugal. Complete with insightful texts that unpack each project and Stanislas’s artistic universe, this book is a must-have addition to the libraries of design masters and aficionados alike.
About The Author
Isabelle Stanislas is a French architect, interior designer, and restorer who has headed her Isabelle Stanislas Architecture studio since 2000. Her work has been exhibited at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, and various private galleries. She renovated the reception room of the Élysée Palace, home of the President of the French Republic. French journalist and critic Thomas Erber is the founder of L’Officiel Voyage. Hervé Lemoine is the director of the French national agency Mobilier national.