AD 100 INTERIOR DESIGN TOPS: DÉCORATION JACQUES GARCIA NYC
Jacques Garcia’s work speaks boldly and with uncommon impact. The Paris-based designer’s much-admired hotel projects—two of the latest being the NoMad in New York City and a revamp of La Mamounia in Marrakech—are ardently romantic cocoons, their moods ranging from modern opulence to boho-chic.
French interior designer Jacques Garcia possesses a truly unique style, mixing 17th- and 18th-century references with modern influences to create a timeless interpretation of French elegance. The NoMad Hotel is his first hotel in New York. The design draws from his private, idiosyncratic residences and is inspired by his time in Paris as a young man.
Even more majestic are the gilded residences he conceives for august clients such as the Sultan of Brunei and for himself, as evidenced in the stunning forthcoming book Twenty Years of Passion: Château du Champ de Bataille (Flammarion), which examines Garcia’s 17th-century Normandy estate.
The furniture he designs for McGuire and Baker is suavely sensual, while his creations for Interna Collection are deluxe neo-Victorian.