A leading name in the international design scene, and a regular in every major shelter magazine in America, his native France and world-wide, Jean-Louis Deniot is celebrated for his exceptionally sophisticated and erudite take on classical style.
Deniot is known for layering—art and furniture from different periods, custom-made pieces with one-of-a-kind antiques—with inviting harmony and elegance. Deniot’s timeless and glamorous rooms possess an almost cinematic aesthetic without being either too formal or trendy.
With stunning photography and a series of discerning project-by-project conversations between the designer and author Pamela Golbin, Destinations takes the reader around the world to eighteen destinations showcasing Deniot’s newest never-before-published international projects, from his own handsome Paris office, tropical retreats in Miami, Manhattan aeries, and the interior of a private jet in Aspen, to an elegant townhouse in London, an Italian waterfront villa, and projects in Colombia, India, Russia, and Morocco.
Destinations is the design book must of the year, both for fans of his work and the Francophile dreamer looking for inspiration—wherever they live in the wide world.
About The Author
Jean-Louis Deniot is a Parisian designer working around the world.Named “the modern master of French interiors” by Forbes, he’s included in top international design lists and regularly featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Town & Country, and the Wall Street Journal. His first book, Jean-Louis Deniot Interiors was published by Rizzoli in 2014. Pamela Golbin is an internationally acclaimed cultural thought leader and luxury industry authority. During her 25-year tenure as chief curator of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, she authored dozens of books including Couture Confessions, Louis Vuitton: Marc Jacobs and Valentino: Themes and Variations.