Meet Robert Couturier, an incredible interior designer that stands out for its most amazing projects. The designer made history in 1987 when the billionaire financier Sir James Goldsmith trusted him with the re-conception, execution, and continuous embellishment of Goldsmith’s 20,000-acre kingdom on the Pacific Coast of Mexico.
A constant innovator, Rober Couturier still manages to impress the interior design world. With works all over the United States, Europe, South America and Russia, Robert Couturier is a known name in the filed that has been included in Architectural Digest’s prestigious annual list of the best decorators and architects in the world.
“There is no time that is no less challenging than another, challenges are all different and all get overcome in different manners. Every morning you wake up hoping for no problems and they all come no matter what always in an unexpected way”.
Robert Couturier for Paris Design Agenda
Inspired by Renzo Mongiardino, Frank Gehry, Charles LeBrun, Serge Roche, Robsjohn Gibbings, Robert Mallet-Stevens, Jean Michel Frank, and many others, Robert Couturier developed a unique way of seeing design , “we are all different and have different approaches to life and our surroundings which gives us many opportunities to change and be as fresh as possible. Every day is a different challenge bringing surprises and joys and sadness and disappointments”.
A renowned name in the design field, Robert Couturier’s works have been published all over, from Architectural Digest, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Town and Country, the New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler, House and Garden, the Robb Report, to Elle décor.
Inspired by the rich interiors in which he spent his childhood and youth, Robert Couturier commits to creating amazing settings, that can function as comfortable, as well as perfectly luxurious, establishing amazing and sophisticated ambiences. He focuses on creating spaces that share the most incredible trends. According to the designer, “the trend is generally too large spaces light and airy; there is infinitely less focus on entertaining. Creatively things are getting simpler more monochromatic and more textured, forms softer and rounder”.
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