His expertise is highly acclaimed. As one of the best interior designers, Didier Gomez is the winner of numerous design awards. During his career, he has designed boutiques, large stores, modern restaurants, apartments, houses and luxury hotels around the world: one of his most remarkable interior design projects was the Renaissance Republique Hotel in Paris, located near Le Marais and Canal Saint-Martin, one of the most unique places where you can live a unique experience in the City of Lights.
This luxury hotel symbolizes the new trends in design. The entrance of the hotel designed by Didier Gomez has a marvelous museum of modernist artists like Pierre Guariche and Joseph-André Motte. Besides these two exceptional artists, the top interior designer also commissioned local talents, street artists, illustrators, and photographers to donate to a rich multicultural and unique experience.
Notorious in the design industry for his creations for Yves Saint Laurent and De Beers, Didier Gomez’s interiors give a contemporary feel, with exotic woods and tawny leather in the guestrooms and public spaces. Paris is richer, with this collaboration, and gives tourists an amazing answer to the problem that comes with every trip: where to stay in Paris? Fitting perfectly with a luxury lifestyle, this contemporary hotel designed by Didier Gomez is a perfect choice!
Didier Gomez’s contemporary design includes cross-cultural features, including a sculpture from Africa in the lobby, furnishings from Asia in the guestrooms, and local Parisian street art throughout. In his modern interior design, Didier Gomez has brought the outside in with tree motifs in the guestrooms, cloud-shaped ceiling lights, and a striking vegetation wall in the hotel’s expansive outdoor terrace.
The spa’s orange ceiling, a splash of bright color in the modern hotel, symbolizes sunshine and health.
All the 121 modern bedrooms are inspired by local artist workshops and feature natural wood and earth tones, which complement Tom Dixon’s “Art et Floritude” modern lighting, while vintage furniture with a unique design by Jean Prouvet and Charlotte Perriand reflect the luxury hotel’s uncommon and imposing heritage.
Using the gray marble, both inside and for the walls of the side courtyard offers a beautiful tribute to the city. “Fearlessly Chic” is the Didier Gomez’s design philosophy and it is promoted by Renaissance Hotels, meaning that indigenous touchpoints are infused into the design of each modern hotel.