Interior Design

Laura Gonzalez: Interiors

Known for her chic mix-and-match style, one of Paris’s most in-demand interior designers presents her most standout projects in a highly anticipated debut monograph.

A designer and architect renowned for her inventive use of rich patterns, textures, and joyful details, Laura Gonzalez’s interiors exude a vibrant boldness tempered by elegant romanticism. She draws inspiration from a classical world imbued with contemporary sophistication, as well as diverse cultural influences from Chinese and Indian to French and Spanish. Gonzalez’s eye for pairing palettes and her hallmark whimsical touches have transformed her into one of the French capital’s most popular designers, with luxury brands and the trendiest hotels calling upon her know-how.

Beautifully printed in Italy with a luxurious cloth cover enlivened with a bold pattern, this debut volume presents a selection of Gonzalez’s finest projects, including private residences, boutiques, such asthe sumptuous Cartier mansion in New York, restaurants and hotels such asthe Saint James in Paris’s posh 16th arrondissement, and Gonzalez’s pastoral private country house in Mainneville, France. Readers will delight in exuberant combinations of materials, patterns, and furniture in plush textures and diverse finishes that define her audacious spaces.

About The Author

Laura Gonzalez is a French architect and interior designer. A graduate of the Paris-Malaquais school of architecture, she founded her eponymous firm in 2008.
Cédric Saint André Perrin is a journalist, exhibition consultant and curator.

  • Publish Date: October 03, 2023
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: House & Home - Decorating & Furnishings
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 9-3/4 x 12-3/4
  • Pages: 256
  • US Price: $75.00
  • CDN Price: $100.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-8478-9901-2


"Architect and designer Laura Gonzalez is adding "author" to her resume with her exuberant debut monograph. The volume showcases the Paris-based decorator mix-match style that celebrates color and pattern. Readers get exclusive tours Gonzalez’s most-acclaimed projects like the Cartier mansion in New York and the designer's own private French country house." —VERANDA