Gérard Faivre is a French concept creator of revolutionary art homes. The designer conceives fully renovated, ready to live, and prestigious apartments for sale. He combines maximum pleasure with minimum effort. In this article, we will be exposing a variety of living room ideas developed by Faivre that will certainly be helpful in some way whenever you are remodelling your home decor or doing an interior design project.
Gérard Faivre Paris proposes to his clients a possibility of moving into an extraordinary home without the usual burdens. He goes as far as offering a concierge service worthy of the best luxury hotels in Paris.
To create an original work of art, Gérard Faivre imbues himself with the soul of each property. For him, each site is both a blank canvas and a source of inspiration. Depending on the place’s atmosphere, the artist determines the perfect layout, which he then compliments it with artwork, bespoke creations, and vintage details.
Nothing is left to chance in Gérard Faivre’s selection of prestigious neighbourhoods, designer sofas and paintings by masters. Quality is a must, and even the smallest details are painstakingly chosen. While furniture is a passion, renovation is his true forte. Transforming an old, often run-down apartment into a prestige home is one of Gérard Faivre’s main talents. As with home décor, he makes his choice of electronic and home automation equipment with the greatest of care. For him, aesthetics are as important as practicality: an apartment is and should remain, first and foremost, a place to live.
It often takes more than two years, looking for a property and then acquiring, renovating and decorating it, before the owners can take full advantage of their new home. Gérard Faivre aims to reduce this time frame to no more than two months, which is why his creations are all sold ready to move in.
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written by Filipa Mendonça